I bought a bag of potatoes to make vegetable stew, and baked potato. I know they are starch, as in not on my menu. The rare use of them, I feel, is all right. Russets for me! No yay for me is missing the first two days of a favorite rummage sale. Going to rummage sales is a way of connecting with the community, seeing old faces blending with the new. The rummage sales in Addison County are never disappointing.
On the Internet, my reading has been slow for discoveries.
This week-end I'll be reading more about VPN (virtual private network). (The link goes to PC Magazine article.) I posted about it before, but now its on my Will Do List.
Art wise, the photographs of the massive amount of budding trees of the Adirondack landscape is foremost on my creative brain as I think about how to do watercolors with all those trees and colors. Using acrylics will be easier. I'd rather take up the watercolor challenge first because that will familiarize me, bring me closer/know the subject better.
This spring's colors are spot on with the blooming times, flowers, trees, birds all about. There's a robin in the backyard that sits atop the trees like a sentry watching over the land. I suspect he's a male robin with a nesting mate nearby. He appears to like hunting for food near my patio or else he likes the nest material of the tangle of roots from old pots I used as mulch around the Dusty Miller planted for the harvesting nest building bees.