Friday, March 21, 2008

Do the Canadian Geese sit in trees where you live?? For several years, there has been a pair of geese who fly up in to the cottonwood trees across the road from us and perch there like they know what they are doing. It's forty five feet off the ground and they sit up there and peck at the dead branch instead of flying another 200 yards north and eating leftover wheat and corn from the fields like the other geese. To each his own, I guess.

We are finally done packing for our next show which is Lancaster, Pennsylvania next weekend. Unfortunately, John will miss Easter dinner because he will be on the road. We will think of him while we watch the grand nieces hunt for eggs! Kate and I leave Tuesday so the office will be closed until the following Tuesday, April 1.

Hope you have a wonderful Easter, if that is a holiday you celebrate. We can all celebrate the arrival of spring!



Elaine Adair said...

No - I never saw them sit in a tree ???? interesting.

I always read your posts, just to keep up with our quilt-y world. Sometimes it's to see if you're snowed in, other times to see scenery, and always to see the latest projects.

Flynn Quilt Frame Company said...

Hello again - yes, sometimes we are snowed in - and glad to hear those snowplows grating by in the early morning hours. I feel so sorry for the folks in Missouri who have been fighting floods, though. What a hard situation to deal with, wow. Take care!