It has been warm and sunny here for several days, and I noticed my neighbor's magnolia tree is starting to bloom.
Soon they will all be blooming and smell wonderful. And then they will all fall off and turn in to a sloppy, brown, slippery mess. But they look pretty now.
There was the first faint sign of a spring storm in the air yesterday afternoon, and sure enough, we had a brief thunderstorm late last night.
Of course, storm season in Oklahoma brings with it the everpresent weather warning on the corner of the television screen.
I must be avoiding talking about the knitting. I remind myself of the irritating people who get on the elevator with me in my office building and chatter inanely about the weather. Sorry.
Leo is growing. I am just under 11 inches now. So only 6.5 inches to go. On the back. Someone in my knitting group suggested starting the sleeves, just to break up the monotony. It seems that doing both sleeves at the same time is the best route to go, so I may cast on for those this weekend.
Oh, and Paul made pork chops the other night. He was extremely proud of them, so I just wanted to document the result here.
Have a good weekend!