The end of March draws near. It's truly been a month that I have almost lost in terms of time. I've done many things...we've been busy and not a month where I noticed many spare moments although I am sure there were.
Spring fever hit me hard in mid-March. A few 40-50 degree days slipped in, the time on the clocks moved forward, the vernal equinox that celebrates the season slipped in, and the local Farmer's Market sent their start date in April... but outside things looked VERY wintery in Madison for most of the month! Last Saturday we had 12" of snow! We NEED spring and it's almost painful. Under the snow, Julie's snowdrops and crocus are poking up. Or they were when we could see them! And I have seen my first robin!
On the 18th of March the Urban Sketch group went down to sketch in the capitol dome here in Madison. Oh my it was a blustery wintery day! It was fine inside the dome but getting there was a very cold walk.
I've been obsessed with Zentangle® during these inside days...teaching an advanced class we call the "Zentangle Club". They have been doing a great job... First project we worked on a "Zendala". These two on top were the way it looked to start and then my finished sample. The 3 on the bottom were my "variations on the finished piece".
The students really worked hard on theirs and they turned out quite well I thought. Even though we all the did the same tangle they all turned out differently but then that's the fun.
Heading right up to Easter now and the choir at church is practicing like crazy as we sing Palm Sunday, Good Friday and Easter!! Family will be here for Easter Brunch and we all have our finger's crossed that the sunshine and spring like weather will arrive in time!
Blessings for this Easter Season.