Yes, it's spring! One of my favorites seasons, especially in North Carolina, as it is the only time I am not surrounded by flesh-eating mosquitoes and 547% humidity. My most resent projects consist of veggie gardens, new flower beds, and a beautiful pergola in the works. Meanwhile, the compost is churning out good ol' dirt, and last year's herb garden is producing more than I can harvest.
We went paperless (except for toilet paper), and now use cloth napkins towels in the house. It's made a huge impact on how we operate in the kitchen. And with the compost bin outback, our waste has been greatly reduced. I am constantly looking for more ways we can live sustainable. I recently shared my thoughts on this via an Earth Month guest post on Lulu.com's blog here. If you have any fantastic suggestions, do share!
I've been continuously working on my writing, which if you don't know, the official site can be found here. Thankfully, progress is positive and I still greatly enjoying writing when I can find the time.
The next major travel destination happens to be Ireland and Scotland, which will take place at the end of May. As I was married this past fall, the trip will be my husband and I's honeymoon. We are ridiculously excited to be going back to the "homeland."
A small update, but one none the less. Now, I'm off to nurse my wounds and plot my revenge.