Home again   10 comments

Yeah! It feels good to be home. Cats aren’t admitting they noticed I was gone or care. They are cats. A was happy to see me.

Yesterday was one of our anniversaries, the 5th anniversary of our commitment ceremony. Amazing! Monday is our first wedding anniversary – even MORE amazing. And we have been together 12 years. How time flies.

And she still is happy when I come home. 🙂

While I was gone, the cherry trees filled out with some leaves and blossoms, and a bunch of tulips started blooming. I’ll get some photos of the little bulb patch, it is very colorful! One daffodil, 9 red tulips, and a bunch of purple muscari.

The mountain laurel and lilac I ordered last winter arrived, I will have to figure out where to put them until the siding gets put on the porch. When I ordered them, I thought construction would be done by now hahahahahahahaha. I’ll probably pot the laurel and wait, but find a different home for the lilac and get another next year.

The cushion I ordered for the porch swing also arrived, so I will now be able to make the swing. I am making it out of pallets, and wanted to have it and the cushion match. Seemed easier than finding a cushion to fit, later. Maybe I will get to work on that in the next few weeks.

Since yesterday was a road trip day, today I have many household chores to do, and a work bowling thing to go to this afternoon, followed by a trip to the grocery store in Ellsworth and a dinner out to celebrate all of these anniversaries. Kind of an eclectic day! And yes, there will be knitting. Since I finished those challenging challenge socks Thursday night, I have knit almost a complete sock in my old standby pattern. Photos of all to come later on this weekend. 🙂

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  1. Congratulations on all your anniversaries–good reasons to celebrate!

  2. Congratulations to both of you on your anniversaries! Sending best wishes and good thoughts your way for many more!

    slippedstitches
  3. Happy anniversary to you and your wife! I hope you have great plans in store.

  4. happy anniversaries ^^ lots of mile-stones to celebrate 🙂

  5. Happy Anniversaries. And never mind the cats, they did miss you, but will never admit it. Mine is the same. 🙂

    • thank you! I think Tigger eventually admitted she missed me, and Allie eventually noticed I was home, but my Zumba is just too cool. 🙂

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