We went to Wrigleyville last Saturday and don't see how Wrigley Field will be ready for the Cubs season opener on Sunday, April 5th, - just over a week from when this picture was taken:
Most of the snow has melted around here. All that's left are remnants of what had been piled up to clear the streets. Our daffodils aren't blooming but are up - as are the tulips.
There must be a fair number of coyotes in the area. I hear them howling just about every night around midnight. They don't howl for too long, but it is an eerie sound. I'm ambivalent about the coyotes. They did get rid of most of our chipmunks who were burrowing under different things and eating out of my vegetable garden.
I'm not going to plant vegetables this year - except for perhaps a hot pepper plant in a planter. The vegetables in my garden did poorly last year. So, I'll be planting just flowers and herbs there.
I've finally finished a pullover that I'd been working on for quite a while. (I hate to finish things - possibly because I don't want to have nothing to do.) I've worn it a few times.