Jim Brickman is playing Moon River on his piano. I can’t imagine being able to sit and coax those piano keys into something so beautiful.
I just got off the phone with Kendra.
We were talking about other avenues for her to make money, which is kind of an ongoing theme when she’s exhausted from her last flip house. And then didn’t profit from all that work.
DIY YouTube Videos:
She learned how to fix up and flip houses from watching YouTube videos. So I told her now that she has that knowledge, she could teach others and make her own videos.
With my ad network, I have the option to make videos for more revenue if I want to. I’m sure if you read many blogs you’ve seen videos within their content.
It’s just something I’m not interested in doing.
Her 17 year old son watches YouTube videos all the time and he’s trying to get her interested into doing her own. He’s have the knowledge to help her.
Spring Bulbs A Bit Early:
When I went outside with Charlie I noticed that a squirrel (or something) had been digging in the corner of my raised bed.
I also saw the first sign of spring, albeit a bit early. Spring bulbs emerging. A small clump about 6 inches high.
I read if they come early the cold may cause them to die back, but the bulb will send up new growth once things warm back up again.
I don’t recall planting any spring bulbs there, because it’s where my biggest hosta plant is located. Typically I plant spring bulbs at the other end of the blue raised garden. So it is a mystery.
Birds Appearing On The Patio:
The birds are now arriving. I used to see more birds on my patio during winter. But I haven’t seen the cardinal couple this winter. Nor have I seen a robin in a good while.
I did see the chickadees last week.
Ivy, Shadows & The Lamp Shade:
So I have to tell you about Ivy this morning. She’s been on a crazy tear. Maybe it’s the cold weather.
She saw a shadow on the wall behind a lamp and went for it. She got so excited she started biting the lamp shade.
And then I look up and she’s got her whole head up in the lamp shade.
That silly cat. I took a quick photo so you could see it too.
I never know what she’s going to do next.