I hate February. This year has been especially trying from a trying to keep myself up and happy point of view, but I made it.
The sun and early (very) spring has been a great help.
What does all of this early spring mean for the late spring and summer? As a gardener, I'm delighted and scared that the summer will be long and dry. I'm scrambling to figure out what to plant and how to mitigate for any long dry spells. I'm also using some of my newly acquired spare time to work in the garden to clear away debris, mulch like heck, decimate weeds and pull out the things that I do not love in the garden.
While I can't control the weather, I can control to some extent what I cultivate and want to make it the best year we've had in a while.
I've been reading a lot about organization, decluttering and productivity and trying to apply some of these principles to my life at home, but also to the garden and how I approach this craft.
My biggest concern is not getting so in the weeds (HA), that I lose the big picture view of what the garden means and how it functions.
March is moving forward - this is my favorite month of the year - it is our New Year and that makes me happy.