Suddenly, there’s very little time. Exams to hand in, student letters to write, seedlings to plant, house to prepare, hikes to plan – this is just the beginning of a list that I set for myself for the next few days.
I could, of course, do none of it now. I could take things in stride, in a Mediterranean fashion. Spring could be, for me, a time to sit back, to exhale, in a leisurely manner.
I could, in other words, fold my paws and hang back (for the mouse to spring out of the wood pile), like Larry here:
But that’s not me.
I figure – Larry, he can wait. His mice come randomly, year round. Mine do not.
Tomorrow, we leap into May. Madness for me. A wonderful, busy, risky, adventurous, lemon budding madness.