Another was much more subtle and that was found in the St. Ignatius cemetery where I usually walk. On my usual route last night, I noticed several green painted sticks placed in the ground near headstones and a large rectangle outlined in the ground. This means that the ground will soon be thawed enough to bury those who have died over the winter. Probably an unusual thought to those who live in more temperate climates but here in New England, the dead don't often get buried until winter is over.
And finally on the way home I was looking up and noticed that several trees on my route have buds forming which means hopefully that spring will in fact arrive soon. There is hope and proof positive after all that better weather is sure to come despite the fact that snow is being forecasted for parts of the state this evening!
I have no stitching content to show this evening because I discovered this morning that my small letter e in E is for Elephant is fully two threads off so it must be ripped out in order for my elephant to fit correct. I hate having to frog over one!!!