Happy first day of spring, everyone! Yesterday was my last day of school, so now I have two weeks off! I am going to be spending this time sewing a dress for myself so I have something to wear at a wedding next month. 🙂
As you may know, I made a quilt for my grandma back in September as an early Christmas present. This year, I was making a quilt for my other grandma, and two days ago I finally finished it!
The past few days I have been enjoying the 60-70 degree weather here in the Detroit-area; I even took out my shorts! Yesterday, however, the temperature dropped and it started raining. This morning, to my horror, I awoke to a winter wonderland. O_O
Winter Wonderland in Spring
At first I was bummed out, but then I heard the long awaited news: We finally broke the 133 year old record of 93.6 inches! Our new record is 94. 8 inches. 😀 That is 7 feet and 10.8 inches of snow!
This was the longest, coldest, snowiest, and hardest winter I can remember; in contrast, about three years back we only had two light snow falls and very mild temperatures the entire winter and spring. Michigan weather is so weird!
I really thought that we weren’t going to break the record because of the warm weather. At least the snow isn’t going to stick around; most of it has already melted today, revealing the spring greenery that has sprouted.
I hope your day is warmer than mine!
The week after St. Patrick’s Day last month, I found this four-leaf clover kit. It came with a pot, growing medium, and seeds. I’m really curious to see how it turns out!
Pot, Seeds, and Medium
The instructions say to transplant it when the clovers are four inches tall. Now that it’s spring I am excited by anything that’s growing and green, even weeds. 😉 I’ll post updates as it grows!