Here in my neck of the woods, we have 5 (five) seasons. The extra one is called Mud Season and it comes before spring.
Dh just gave me a scientific explanation for this occurrence. Of course, he suggested that I blog about it. But, I'll spare you the elaborate explanation! ;o) Besides, if I write about it he'll lovingly remind me that I'm off topic! ;o) lol Basically, it has to do with the type of soil we have, very clay like, and the freezing of the ground. There you have it, mud! Great for making pies, wanna play?
So, you can just imagine how difficult it is to keep a house clean. I mean, not only do I have dh running through the house with muddy boots, but our child, and every body else's children! sigh!
Yea, and as you can probably guess, I love to clean. Yes sir, it's my favourite hobby! NOT!
Just when I thought the snow would melt, we had a snow storm yesterday.
You know what that means? Yep, more mud!
Oh well, such is life in Upstate NY.
Miss Libby has finally made it to the tea party! I just love stitching these girls! They are so much fun!
I'm thinking that I'll forgo Leanna's quilter's journey for a bit and stitch out my Polka Dot Girls! Sort of go with the Darlene and Wendy flow! ;o) Besides, it's always more fun when you do a project as a group.
Aside from mud, not much is going on. I'm just busy keeping up with the house cleaning.
Speaking of house cleaning, I spent 3 (three) days cleaning out my sewing room. I had a need to de-clutter and clean the sawdust. That stuff is horrible! Let me tell you, never, never, ever have your dh's wood shop next to your sewing studio? The dust and noise is enough to drive you nuts! .... but I digress...... Anywhoooo, I recycled a pile of quilting magazines and threw useless stuff away.
I'm really pleased with the way my sewing room looks. It's quite inspirational to go into my clean studio! The only problem is that I don't want to mess it up again! lol Well, I think I'll get over that real soon! ;o)
Hope you all have a great weekend. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting!
Happy Mud Season!