Another Monday morning here in The Holler. Another frosty morning and the second in a row. This is the time of year where winter and spring linger together with just a thin veil between the two. Some mornings warm and sunny and yet others a light frost still remains. Our average last frost date is around April 15th. The oak and hickory tree buds are just starting to swell with a promise of leaves to come. The yellow blooms of the forsythia and cornelian cherry trees have faded only to be replaced by pink.
But in the meantime I have jars accumulating again on the table and am waiting for a good sale on something to refill them with. I am hoping for pork butt to go on sale and wanting to can some pulled pork for sandwiches. So for now lots of quilting and maybe getting a jump on some spring cleaning.