One thing I have discovered since moving onto an acreage is that I am more accepting of most types of weather. When it's wet I am grateful for the moisture, when it's hot I know the grass grows better and when it's cold - well, everyone loves winter, don't they?
Anyway - enough prattling about the weather.
Amongst other things, today I tried out a new sourdough experiment/recipe (which I hope to share with you soon!) and to my surprise continued to enjoy the slow rhythm of washing in the twin tub. This little machine has not an automatic part in it, right down to even having to turn the drain dial on and off between washing and rinsing. If you walk off during draining and the pump runs out of water to pump out, you're in danger of ruining it. So when you're doing the washing in a twin tub, you're literally doing it. No multi-tasking, and I thought this might really annoy me, and it might long term, but right now I'm quite attached to the little thing.
And I'm also not far off publishing that new knitting pattern I mentioned. Goodness when I sat down to write tonight I didn't imagine I'd have so many things to promise you!
And if you're looking for a healthier (and tastier!) Easter treat to make this year, I thought you might like to try Loving Earth's Breakfast Easter Eggs recipe. Don't they sound divine?
Do you have any Easter traditions?
What are your plans for the week? What was your Monday like?
I hope you have a wonderful one!