and wondering if I plant these in pots on the deck if they’ll survive the freeze that’s coming. Primroses are hearty, I know.
I’m not hurrying spring, though, because I love so many things about winter.
- Fires in the fireplace (which we actually can’t have because the chimney doesn’t ‘draw’ properly)
- Snow days (which may not materialize at all but I can hope!)
- Cinnamon toast
- Meeting friends for coffee
- Not much yard work
- Evenings to read, since it’s dark outside
I’m planning some time with old friends. I revamped my spice cupboard, thanks to Jeff’s Christmas gift of a rotating spice rack. I'm praying for a group of women - young and old - who want to meet and get into the word and grow together. I’m working on organizing family photos. I bought paint for the guest room. I am going to clean out all of my messy drawers.
Winter is good for all these things.
But it’s so hard to pass up the colors of spring!