The weather in Southern Ontario was anything but stellar for March. I even heard rumours of lynch mobs ready to string up Wiarton Willie for lying about the early arrival of Spring. The weather was for the most part cold, windy and wet, with the sun making rare appearances now and then, teasing us with it yellow glow of tepid warmth.
Here is hoping that April finally sees us getting into the traditional, warm, sunny Spring weather we deserve…. although it seems to be taking a page from the book of March for the first few days so far.
As we look forward to events that will unfold in April, let’s revisit some of the highlights of March that you may have missed…
OMG ~ I am Over 50! A heads up of what you can expect in your ‘Golden Years’…
Top 5 Herbs To Grow this Year ~ A must-have for anyone who loves to cook with fresh ingredients.
How To Plant Garden Seeds ~ If you are running around like the March Hare frantically yelling I’m Late! I’m Late!, do not despair, there is still time to get your garden seeds started….here is the how-to….
200th Blog Post celebration ~ If you missed this one, then you missed out on a chance to win a 3-pack of 100% Cotton Northern Homestead Dishcloths, but….there will be another giveaway in the next few months, so pay attention next time!
How To Get Rid of Fuzzy White Mold on Houseplants ~ A simple, cheap application to rid your potted plants from the poofy, white stuff.
Edible Easter Table Center Piece ~ Easter may be behind us, but Mother’s Day is fast approaching, so plan ahead and make some cheerful, cut-out cookies in different flower shapes for her Special Day.
There were some things I never got around to doing in March, like painting the wooden desk in my office…and now that the annual Spring Cleaning season is upon us, I will be up to my elbows in Windex and Mr. Clean, therefore, make sure you tune in tomorrow for my Top 10 Reasons for Cleaning Your Closets as well as tips for sprucing up the rest of your home that will follow in the next few weeks.
I also have a couple new knitting projects that are in the works and you will be knocked off your keester with how easy and adorable they are.
Until then, stay warm, and hope that Spring actually makes an appearance in the coming days.