Time to Get Out of Hibernation Mode

I swear I have been hibernating lately. I barely get on WordPress and I only get on Twitter on Sunday nights when I have to comment on The Walking Dead. Really – TWD is an obsession that must be experienced completely with comments from others.

I know I have been hibernating because I don’t like cold and I have been bundling up and taking the beast on a regular basis but we never go past two or three driveways because – it’s too COLD!

But, the other day I put the leash on the beast and noticed something shocking before I opened the door to the great outdoors. It was the bunny who had been my friend last summer.

I have not seen that bunny for a long time and there he was just sitting on the ramp. Let me tell you something; that bunny was HUGE! I could not believe how big it became this winter.

That got me thinking. I did not get bigger this winter, but I did get lazy. I mean it was just so cold, who wants to do anything but stay bundled in blankets drinking hot soup?

Well, after seeing the bunny I noticed the temperature. It was over 75 degrees! WOOHOO!

So, I decided to start clearing the garden. It was a mess. I only worked for about an hour with frequent resting. It wore me out.

I definitely needed to stop hibernating. Hopefully I will get back to blogging on a regular basis. I better, I signed up for the April A to Z challenge.

garden hibernation 1

It’s not a large garden.

garden hibernation 2

garden hibernation 3

When I was done working for the day I had some friends come to check my progress.

As you can see they are struggling to get out of hibernation as well. One seems to be missing a leg. hibernation flamingos


I love gardening and magical beings. My profile is a garden ready to be created,

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3 comments on “Time to Get Out of Hibernation Mode
  1. joey says:

    I have about 40 hours of work to do in my yard before I can think about the actual garden part. :/ We had a nice coupla days to be out, and I did a little, but this winter was not typical, and then the rains came to call.
    I’m glad your bunny came back, and your flamingos too 🙂

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    We haven’t seen our bunny, but we have seen a hawk flying over the neighborhood, so our hopes are not high. Our yard does better in winters where it gets covered in snow. This year, we had very little so the dog did a lot of damage. Oh well, at least I’ll be getting some fresh air.

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