Sam and I headed out for our morning walk today, I could almost write a children's book on how perfect it was. Not a cloud in the sky, the song of robins in our ears, and the smell of these cillas that hit us both like a wave of delicious sweetness after a desolate winter.
We saw some friends over at the Alumni office of the College, walked to one of my favorite stores, J. B. Winterberry and bought a new candle to make the house smell like spring, (Nouvelle's Tuscan Currant, and you get a free box of vintage large matches for the next five days!), picked up supper at the Meat Market (london broil on the grill with mashed potatoes and a mixed greens mandarin orange salad), and finally ended up at the park where Sam laughed his head off on the swings. It's been a wonderful day.
I am, however, now procrastinating because the Forestry Division of the City just dumped an entire truckload of free wood-chips into the driveway. Someone needs to move it into the backyard so we can get our cars into the garage. 12 cubic feet. It looks like a lot more then that...higher then my head.
Oh well, I didn't work out today.