Yes, the little yellow dots in the corner of the picture are the first actual flowers I've seen outside of the grocery. The setting isn't beautiful, but it's real, and it absolutely warms my heart. We've got snow predicted again for tomorrow, so it's one more day for boots and gloves. I just hope these little treasures make it through what, I hope, will be our last snowfall of the season.
And where have I been? Work! The project that was scheduled to launch yesterday is now postponed until next Monday. We found this out on Wednesday and it feels like we're moving a very large ship at sea, with no power. Now we're ahead of schedule on most things, but I -- and my colleagues -- were so eager to move everything ahead and we were so close.
As the week was so intense I decided the weekend would be calm. It was a no-plan Saturday, and I really needed it. I grocery shopped, stopped at the bank and drugstore and got a new watchband. I have a fun plan for this afternoon -- pictures later! -- laundry and a quick trip to pick up wine for Passover, which starts tomorrow night.
I left my camera on the train last week coming home from Providence. A very good Samaritan found me and let me know he had my camera. We haven't caught up yet, but it's put a hold on most of my pictures. I've gotten out my older, quirky camera, but I miss my little blue camera so much.
Wishes for a sweet Sunday!