Things have ‘slowed’ down a bit, as we ease into spring. But really, progress is great at the house as the wall insulation goes up and the new electrical is installed. A few ‘quiet’ weeks with just three guys at the house, but we’re thrilled with how the house feels and sounds. Now the drywall (placo) is going up. Yeah!
Metal studs on spacers for installation of insulation, then the electrician easily runs his wires behind the studs and the placo goes on top. Learning interesting building techniques every day!
Spring has sprung and we try to soak up each and every day.
A majestic swan on the Dordogne.
Annie thought the swans looked very interesting until one hissed at her!
We’ve found ourselves at the local coop on really slow days (meaning Theo is bored) and always end up having a blast!
Theo’s getting this for his birthday…heehee!
Think I’ll be wearing one of these soon???
These are SO mine next year!
One of many daffodil arrangements cut from the new garden.
Love the tulip magnolia in contrast with the storm clouds.
April showers bring spring rainbows.
One of the plum trees in our new yard.
In addition to the plum, hazelnut, fig, walnut, and apple trees we have on the property, we’ve planted a peach, an apricot, a cherry, and a pear. So excited!
Theo, proud as a peach, with his new little tree, which has precious little flowers on it!
Never was a huge fan of primroses, but they grow wild all over the property. I feel differently about them now. This is a view with the old fence removed onto the neighboring property.
Hoppy Easter everyone!