This week the sky has been a mix of gray and blue, with gray winning out more often than not. Last night we had another drenching rain, but since Smith planted onions yesterday, that's not a bad thing.
This week the robins have started their day at 5:30am. They're calling in spring and spring is listening. Surely, winter will have her way again before spring wins out, but for the foreseeable future, we're looking at 50-60 degree days and rain, if any precipitation at all.
This week my first (of hundreds) crocus made its way through the detritus of winter, a failed winter, as the woodruff never disappeared or died back. Since March is looking warm, and both January and February were above normal, chances are winter doesn't have a chance. If you're buried in snow I'm not trying to brag, because we'd like more white stuff.
This week Claudia sent me a challenge, her old Pentax camera. She's kindly giving me a chance to try out a more complicated camera. Last night I studied the manual in hopes some of the instructions would sink in. After trying to take a picture, and complaining to Smith the pictures were just black, he replied "maybe you should remove the lens cap". TRUE STORY! I felt a little like Lucille Ball (without the red hair).
Um, perhaps, by Monday I'll have a picture or two to share.