What a wonderful weekend we had! Spring was evident everywhere, the sun was warm and shining, the flowers were blooming, we played outside and had fun together!
We made several small trips around town this weekend. The first was to the Fiber Arts Festival. I've been waiting for this to come around ever since I found out about it last year!
Such lovely, yummy wool everywhere!
Tunis sheep waiting for the beginning of the herding dog exhibition to begin.
Matthew spent Saturday morning building a pirate ship out of legos. He got out the encyclopedias and looked up a pirate flag (the "Jolly Roger" he informed me!) Then he set to work designing one for his ship.
On Sunday afternoon we took a trip to a local science museum. The boys experimented with everything there at least twice!
The roadsides of the highway we travelled to get to the museum were absolutely covered in daffodils and redbud trees. On the way home we pulled over and snapped some pictures. There were thousands of flowers everywhere. We were in awe at the sheer numbers of flowers planted along the roadside. We decided with the children that every year we'll try to plant more daffodils so that eventually our yard surrounding the house will look like this! Simply beautiful!
Song of Solomon 2: 11-12For, lo, the winter is past, the rain is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land;