I wrote a post a couple of weeks ago. I thought I posted it. Ended up I saved it and didn’t post it. Oops. It said that
“It was our dog. Maybe that’s why the really pretty bunting didn’t seem to work. Maybe that’s why it happened on weekends, when Jer happens to spend more time indoors. He caught her with a chicken in her mouth. She ran. He chased her. The chickens had the eggs scared out of them and we haven’t had an egg in over a week. The dog seems better now (I don’t even want to remember how angry and hurt and sad I was), and the chickens are, I think, sorting themselves back out. They must be kind of lonely, as our flock went from 11 to 5 in a matter of a couple of weeks.
Today was Family Day in BC. That means I didn’t have to go to work. So I spent the day marking papers, hanging with some of Jer’s fam, and playing in the snow. I like the snow.
I got a haircut. I bought new glasses. I’ll show you a picture when I get the glasses. They’re blue. That’s all you need to know for now.”
I have the glasses now. They’re awesome. And they allow me to see. It’s awesome. I’ll get you a picture asap, promise. Today I went to watch a play at my school. It was awesome. Lots of awesome. An organization came to our school on Tuesday, had an audition with our kids, cast them, rehearsed with them all week, and today there were 2 shows. So amazing. I also went for coffee… I’ve finally found the cafe in Courtenay that makes amazing coffee, and it’s going to change my life.
Spring really started to spring here this week – there were crocuses, the nettles were up and almost at edible height, the owls came back, and an eagle perched in a tree in our yard (that has nothing to do with spring – it was just really cool). Then it snowed. I don’t know where that leaves the flowers or the nettles, but spring is starting. I can feel it.