Ah, I'm over a day late on this post and it's too late to count for the collage. Poop, I'm sorry! We had a fantastic weekend in Ohio, just chilling on the farm, enjoying the spring weather and being out of the city. But this is the first chance I've had to sit down and organize photos. The forecast said to expect rain all weekend in northeast Ohio, but we lucked out and it was really nice for the most part. Jesse and I went for a walk around the farm on Friday and took in the midwest spring. Every shade of fresh, spring green was everywhere! My mom's cold frame on the corner of the porch:
The crab apple tree behind the house was in full bloom.
Out in the woods, there was soft moss growing under the trees in the old, wild orchard.
And dogtooth violets were growing happily in the damp loam.
The osage orange trees that border the back of the property take their time putting out leaves.
The ferns that have taken over the kitchen garden will make a thick, shady forest for sleepy cats and hens that sneak out of the coop in early summer.