Monday, March 16, 2015


After a soggy Saturday, Sunday sprang forth with lots of sunshine and some warmer temperatures.

Saturday night my parents came over for a seafood feast in honor of Son's last night of spring break. We devoured a huge piece of halibut, some savory scallops and my father's famous fried oysters. It was wonderful having everyone under the same roof for the evening.

Sunday I took advantage of the sunshine and picked up several thousand tree limbs that had been sprinkled all over my yard from an earlier ice storm. Working outdoors after being cooped up since fall for so long felt really good.  I'm almost looking forward to grass-cutting season.



Anonymous said...

What could be better? Son's visit, warmer temps and a beautiful view of a divine red boathouse above the sparkling water...

Julie said...

Lovely place to be.

Robert Julian Braxton said...

Even at suburban - Fairfax County - corner lot Sunday evening.
2015.03.16 Mon twi-lit
‘hawk red-tale’
long time big bird
up on the limb
gathering gloom

‘Broadwing white breast’
It was there
it was not

Meg McCormick said...

Best Fried Oysters on the whole east coast!!!!

Edward Anderson said...

Yes, and I know a guy who can fix the Lawn Mower?

Chesapeake Bay Woman said...

Edward- You may be called upon for fixing!

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