Today was a "ride transit way out to Beaverton and back for acupuncture day". While heading home, with an extra transfer downtown to get away from the slightly crazy Batman dude, I saw this beautiful wall mural, that must have been at least four or five stories tall. I was walking through a different part of the downtown than I usually do, as I had hopped on the trolley to help two lost Seattleoids find the art museum. Really I couldn't help myself, how often am I approached by two elders with the comment "you look like you know what you are doing, can you help us"... Put all the shine back into the day that crazydude had removed it did.
※※※And, I found this unusually red dogwood blossom on a street tree, whilst I was finally walking home from my last bus transfer of the day
The group of feral plums in the far corner of the backyard are almost done blooming now. I always wonder how they get pollinated in such early spring, but something always manages it. This year I'm going to start pruning on the feral plums as it needs to be a few dry days in a row, as plums do badly when pruned in the cold and wet. And the feral grape is large and tall enough enough this year that some attention now will encourage it to grow along the fenceline...
April SMART goals (x=extra)
|#||THINGS MADE||THINGS FIXED||THINGS GONE|
|1||celtic enamel pelican||bathrobe shoulders||bag to Goodwill|
|2||trapunto knotwork||taxes done||bag to Goodwill|
|3||pliers rack||apple tree pruned||spare lawn mower|
|4||charter #7||tunes moved||-|