For the past week, the days were nice enough that I only had the heater set on low at night. In the morning, I turned the heater off. By mid-day, the front for was open to let the warm breeze in.
I have started the spring cleaning. I want it done before spring planting commences. Already, the feed stores are selling onion sets and seed potatoes. Garlic can also be planted. The time to prepare for garden season is upon us. Once the last frost has occurred, I won’t have time for spring cleaning.
This season, Little Miss is helping. I have her working along side of me so that she can learn how to deep clean. She seems to enjoy it while we are working together much more than when doing a task on her own. It takes me longer to get the chores done, but we have fun with it.
In the evenings, I am crocheting 10″ square dishcloths for a swap that I joined. We have until early April to get the dishcloths made and mailed to the other participants. I haven’t taken party in a swap like this for quite some time. I am enjoying it though. I am making 20 of the dishcloths in total. I was Lucky in that I already had a bunch of the cotton yarn on hand.
As the winter is approaching its end, I am deciding on the final garden plan. I am considering the vegetables we ran out of the fastest. How much should I grow? Is it more cost effective to buy the tins of certain vegetables instead of growing our own? Lots to take into account before planting.