Down here in the southern U.S.A. I may complain bitterly about the long hot days of summer; I may miss the New England autumn colors; and periodically long for a just one winter snow storm to dress the trees for the holidays; but there is no-place like the south for the springtime!
First, it lasts a long, long time. There were daffodils in my front garden the last week of February. Various Azaleas and flowering trees have been in bloom since mid-March. And today my Iris and rose bushes started blooming. Three months of spring!
Today it is sunny but cool so I can actually enjoy the deck with the pets. Though I don't do as much in the garden as I used to today I can enjoy it with out guild as the yard crew came by and did in an hour what would take me a week!
I also rotated some of the quilts up on the wall and this little English Paper-pieced Grandmother's flower garden is now up in the wall of the guest bedroom....
The quarter/coin gives an idea of how small those pieces are! I made this quilt 13 years ago...my eyes were better then!
Spring makes me want to work with pastels or bright colors!
I have several projects that fit that requirement (like the row of crayon quilt above that is all ready for quilting or the material obsession that need binding) but I am battling the urge to start something new!
That may be part of the "spring" fever thing!