I did finally admit this long enough to get around to starting some seeds (coleus, cherry tomatoes, plum tomatoes, lavender, and snapdragons). I'm glad I took some time to do this, as I now really am excited to start gardening next month.
|Hope for Spring|
|Female Bighorn Sheep on the golf course|
|The Rocky Mountains|
Back home, we found that some of the snow had melted, leaving dreary brown patches that are nonetheless heartwarming in that they herald spring. However, there still way too much snow for me; I want that snow gone and the fields dry so I can play Gaelic Football:
While waiting for the fields to dry, I'm helping out on the team executive, attending indoor training sessions, and recruiting more women for the team. Also, we're having a fundraiser on April 30th at the Edmonton Irish Sports and Social Society involving a fake wedding: tickets are 25$, for a formal dinner and excellent entertainment. Let me know if you're in town and want to come, or for that matter, if you want to join the team. It promises to be an excellent event, and an excellent football season this year!