My forest is still covered with a lot of snow. Yesterday, the sun was shining so I decided to have a sun bath on the front porch. The wind picked up, the tree branches started to swing and back in the house I went.
I know Mother Nature is working hard to slow down the arrival of Spring weather. Last year, there was much damage done to the forest and agricultural lands in the area due to extreme heat and very little rain. Topia, my American Crow friend, had kept us informed.
So how, I wonder, will Mother Nature care for the land by slowly replenishing it, yet make buds and fruit grow to feed many of my forest friends who are now looking for some new Spring shoots?
I wonder if Topia knows?