I think it was Gemma who came up with the blogger's picnic idea but I intend on getting as many of us in one place as possible to drink things we probably shouldn't be drinking in a park at lunch time. My garden is currently bare slate and dirt save for the lavender bush so I want to plant a few flowers to cheer it up a bit ready for barbecues and lazy days. I want to enjoy every moment of sunshine, even if it's just throwing the back door open on a mild day to let in some air. I really want to do a mother and daughter day with my eldest who'll be five this summer. Go for mini manicures, go dress shopping, go for lunch and drink baby virgin cocktails - she loves being spoilt like this and I love spoiling her on the rare occasions I can. The rest is self-explanatory except for date night. Boyfriend and I always have nights in and very rarely have nights out together so this Spring I'm organising a babysitter and we're going out just because we need it and I said so.
So Spring is looking truly promising right now and while I know there is no doubt rain to come and along with it hits to my mood, I am staying positive because if all this lusting over Spring has taught me anything it's that hope has a way of coming back around.