Spring Bloometh


It’s not calendar spring yet, but we’ve been having beautiful weather here. The grass is greening and growing, and the trees are flowering. The weather’s going to turn a bit colder for the rest of the week, but will warm back up next week. I’m SO ready!

Update on the goose: He has a new home! It’s a nice home with a young family with children and other livestock and a big pond! I’m so happy for the goose. They don’t have other geese right now, but they have ducks and chickens and are ordering goslings. The goose will finally have his people! And I don’t have to worry about people at workshops being scared of him, so all’s well that ends well!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on March 17, 2016  

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  1. 3-17

    Glad the Goose has a new home and Spring has made an appearance. Hopefully, my area of the country will get some Spring soon. I’m ready.

  2. 3-17

    :happyflower: :happyflower:
    I am so happy for the goose and the new owners, animal people are the best people in the world.
    The blossoms in the photo looks like apple blossoms, maybe your Fugi trees? Our have not began to bloom, I love it when they are in bloom and I am sitting on the porch early in the morning, and if the breeze is just right, the smell is wonderful.

  3. 3-17

    Wonderful news for Mr. Goose! It sounds like he’ll be happy in his new home.

    Pretty blossoms. We have orange blossoms blooming. The bees love them and they smell so good.

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