Sometimes I wish we still lived by the seashore. I miss the weather there. When you grow up near the ocean in Southern California, you do become a bit spoiled. Weather anywhere else seems extreme. Even after 21 years :-) We are only about a 1 1/2 hour drive from the beach, but there's a BIG difference in the weather.
Saturday, this is what we were doing, getting the backyard weeded and ready for planting in our little garden. As I said in my last post, the kids were playing in the sprinklers that afternoon.
Yesterday it was very cold and rainy all day. This morning we woke up to a light dusting of snow. By the time I went out to take a picture, it was sunny and all that was left was a little on the windshields, but it was still chilly. That's the high desert for you. We moved up here the last week in April, 21 years ago, and the weather was around 100 degrees. We've heard they've had snow up here as late as June, but not since we've been here. The local mountains are covered with snow and they do look beautiful today.
I'm sorry I've been a bad blogger lately. I haven't gotten around to visit, and I haven't been writing either. We are getting ready for the graduation of our oldest two sons on May 1st, and that, along with appointments, school, etc., seems to be keeping me from getting online very much the past few weeks. I'll try to do better, but things may not slow down until after their graduation.
I tend to decorate for the season, although my main living room stays kind of "beachy" most of the year. I'll do a post about it soon, but here's a photo of the wall over our loveseat.
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend.