Looking back on 2021, I’ve decided to have a look inside the house and outin the world each month.
January 2021 saw us celebrating by making hats from salvaged Christmas wrapping paper.
Outside, we visited Cannon Beach and felt the sea breeze on our faces.
February found me adding a few bridges and neighborhoods to my Portland map.
Outside, snowfall made our front patio a magical place.
In March, I made my very first mince tarts.
Outside, the ground was warm enough to start working in the garden!
April saw all the Grandkids on a Zoom call for Liza’s 8th birthday. Filters are fun!
And outside, the first seedlings of my radishes came up!
May saw flowers exploding all over Portland, like this iris in a local bioswale.
Looking back, I can’t find a single photo taken inside in May. But here’s a nice picture of my favorite people at Edgefield for Grandpa Nelson’s birthday.
In June, the weather was warm, but the Covid was still with us. Home activities included my learning a new quilting style, Kawandi.
While outside, I spent my Momma’s birthday at The Grotto, which she would have loved.
And tomorrow we will finish the year and get ready to look forward.