|will end up being approximately 6" x 6"|
i think i want to knit or crochet a baby blanket too when we find out the gender, which i think will be in late may. i want to find some fluffy, fuzzy, baby-touch-friendly yarns to make it though. that might take some hunting.
the birds (mostly sparrows and chickadees) are loving their vernal equinox feeder. i will keep filling it all the way through fall. it's too small for robins, but two females made a go at it one day. i wonder if i should get them a feeder too. if you look really closely, you can see one of the sparrows on the roof waiting for me to leave the balcony so he or she can get back to the food:
jon brought home sushi for dinner last night. i'm not supposed to eat raw fish, so i got a caterpillar roll (rice, seaweed, eel, cucumber, tempura shrimp, lined with avocado on top, and unagi [eel] sauce). it was so delicious:
jon got some gyoza (that puff pastry looking thing - filled with pork and veggies) and some salmon sashimi (individual slices of raw salmon - trust me, it's good - it tastes like velvet ocean) that he likes to dip in soy sauce. this place near us called Oishi makes the best and least-expensive sushi:
here's margie begging for some of my food, but she didn't get any because it was so good i finished it all:
pat ramsey gave me some pussy willows - she grows them in her yard! they look so nice on my table:
we got some torrential thunder and rain storms last night. the grass sure is green today after the rain. yesterday, before it rained, it got so stuffy in our apartment that i broke down and turned the air conditioner on for a few hours. not even fans in the windows had been helping cool it down. however, in no way am i complaining about the lovely march weather we've been having. it's like early summer! yay!
talk to you again soon.