I know I haven’t been on here writing much lately, this New England winter was a rough one. It’s hard to find things to do, places to go and life and excitement when you’re snowed in for days at a time lol. Luckily… Spring is almost here.
Last night I was watching Planet Earth and I can’t even begin to tell you how awesome it was. There are few things I love as much as Food, and I think from watching last night’s Planet Earth I realized that nature is definitely up there on my list of important things. I become so enraptured and amazed when I am looking at, reading about or watching anything with nature. It reminds me of how much I love living in New England. I’ve lived a lot of places, and I have loved all of them for many many reasons, but none of them has beat New England for nature. Just the other day I saw a family of Turkeys walking down my street. Every time I walk to the beach I see oysters, scallops, perry winkles, little necks and steamers. In fact, the other day I saw a coyote in my yard! Which made me slightly nervous and now I am extra careful when I walk Max at night. And since Spring is almost here, I’ve even seen the beginnings of tulips and daffodils growing in my front yard. Which I can’t wait to see in full bloom. A long cold Winter really masked the amount of nature surrounding me in Rhode Island and I am so grateful that Spring is right around the corner and all of these wonderful parts of our world will be visible again.