On Sunday, we spent the day north of Seattle frolicking in the muddy fields, soaking up the sunshine, and marveling at the gorgeous tulips, hyacinths, and daffodils that dotted the fields. I love the farmlands up north- such a bucolic sight of barns, tractors, neatly orchestrated rows of flowers, and horses dotting the land in every direction until your eyes stop at the mountains along the horizon, framing it all in. We played hide and go seek among the trees and walked gingerly through the muddy fields trying not to get too dirty. It was one of those breathtakingly beautiful spring days. I'm glad we spent it outdoors and in the country air. On the way home, we stopped at one of our favorite places, Snow Goose Produce, for some delicious ice cream and to covet the African handmade baskets that I need to find a use for to justify a purchase. Speaking of snow geese- we saw hundreds floating and flying together inches above the still barren crop fields. From a distance, they looked like a group of paper airplanes floating in the breeze. I wish I would have snapped a photo from the car window.