I think spring is here, as for me it’s obvious, a mother bird, a robin I think, built her nest on top of the pillar in my front porch. I’m not sure what to do at the moment, some people told me to leave it alone, and that it’s a Feng-shui house, which I’m not so sure about that, might be lots of bird poop in the near future. I guess if it’s a Red Cardinal, then it might be a different story because red is considered Feng-shui, as in red front door, which mine is black, but black front door is equally as good as a red front door, it has its place in Feng-shui. I’ll just have to wait and see the latest member(s) of my family.
Flower is another sign, I’m not sure what this one is called, but it’s a perennial flower that comes up every year around this time.
Trees are still very much wintry looking as you can see the view from my backyard; except for the Bradford pear trees, which are on every street in this area [Edited photos 3/22/08: I took some pictures today of the Bradford pear trees, most of these I’d see almost everyday (except for the close up photo, which I borrowed from flickr.)] I love spring, but I just don’t like the seasonal allergy that comes with it.
The Bradford pear trees with the top cut off are my dad, I couldn’t believe he did that, but he said that he didn’t want them to get too big.
My fish are alive and well, they survive the winter months, I’m just waiting for my water lily to bloom again.
The water is a bit dirty, I need to clean that as well, lots to do during the spring time, especially spring cleaning both inside and outside.
My second sister’s fish are a lot bigger now, and her water is very clear.