For the time being, we can say thaw. It really has been a beautiful day. The sun has been shining and right now the temperature is 46. It will be sometime before the snow all melts. We have about two feet in the backyard. Where Bob clears paths for Buster, there are patches of grass showing. Yea! Grass!!! Never fear, Winter isn't over yet. By Sunday, snow and Monday a high of 29. It just won't give up.
I have been multi-tasking. I have been working on April from Prairie Schooler Spring and Fall. I changed the color of the rabbits. I thought the original color 3781 was a little too dark so I changed it to 3862.
I hope you don't think this is too macabre (it really isn't). Tuesday was my great-aunt's funeral. She was 103 years old. We had celebrated that birthday on February 2. She had been living in a nursing home and really was pretty sharp up until the last year. She was a pistol! She did have some great stories: stills, skimmerettes and snake skins. That may have to be a post of its own. I do digress. Anyway, one of her nieces had ordered a blanket of roses for on top of the casket. Apparently, this is done in bigger cities. The number of roses for the years the departed had been alive. One hundred and three may have been too much. The purpose then is to have everyone, on the out take a roses as a remembrance. It was a relatively small funeral since her contemporaries preceded her in death. My cousin encouraged us to take more. These roses are absolutely gorgeous and opening beautifully. I have been enjoying them.
Hope it is spring where you are and it stays around here for a while.
Keep on Stitching