There's a fun linky party going on over at Lily Pad Quilting, how do you deal with your cabin fever? When I read about it I thought "well I'm out, no cabin fever here", but if you define cabin fever as a strong desire to get outside, well.... yep, I've got that because our weather has been gorgeous!
I start each day with a 3-4 mile walk with a friend and we visit with these neighbors
Early in the morning the Ibis are sitting on the electric wires, we make sure we don't walk under them :)
Yesterday a whole flock of parrots flew over us, beautiful!
We're still avoiding the street with the alligators, although we haven't seen any lately.
If I'm not walking this is my favorite way to get out.
Once I'm home the terrible twins want a lot of attention, you know how dramatic dogs can be "we thought you were gone forever". So we all go out back to play.
Maya, in full wolf mode, trying to catch a lizard. She hasn't managed to catch one yet, but she has fallen off the deck and gotten her head stuck in the arm of a chair, no pictures since I'm a good mom, laughing the whole time I'm rescuing her.
My mellow Brady Bug just enjoying the sun and company.
Once they're tired out, I do some gardening, the yard always needs work and the flowers think it's spring.
There's always a lot of visitors to the Keys, I've been lucky to see both of these.
This is an old picture, it's illegal to give water or food to the manatees now :(
We see Spoonbills every February.
We don't have a boat at the moment, but we did go out for a sunset ride with friends and a whole pod of these guys stopped by to check us out.
As you can see, I lead a pretty "wild life". Cabin fever? maybe not the way some people are experiencing it, but remember, there's blue skies ahead.
P.S. This is what you get if you stick a coconut in the ground.