I'm patiently waiting for Spring. Okay, patient may not be the right word.
In the meantime I've been finding a few things to do, besides lamenting the dirty step and brown grass that is slowly being exposed. Such as this:
Hunter went for his eye exam yesterday, and although the eye doctor says he still technically has 20/20 vision in both eyes, since the board at school is blurry and getting worse, he is getting glasses. I'll update a picture for the family when they come in.
I just registered Clayton for driving lessons. Whew, better them than me, that's all I have to say about that! He doesn't start until next month, just in time for spring and hopefully he will get his driver's licence right after he takes the lessons. In any event, this way I get to keep my hair gray-free and the floorboard of the van doesn't have my shoe permanently imprinted into it after trying to step on the brake on the passenger side!
I know spring is in the air though, because I'm back at the potato farm next week sorting seed potatoes for shipment to the states. Which is a good thing, because there's glasses and lessons to be paid for!