Our weekend was a bit different than planned.
Unfortunately, while she was outside, Hannah couldn't help herself from eating/searching for any available mushroom (or broken bit of mushroom). I tried leashing her to a tree on a long line, but she continued. So - I shortened the line. Then she would twist herself up in the line and I'd have to stop working, unhook her, untwist her and then reattach her (usually after chasing her down).
A little more than an hour of this and I made put her inside.
She was pretty disappointed until she realized the people across the street were doing yard work and she could supervise them instead.
She spent Sunday indoors for the most part, but we took extra walks and visited with a number of friends which she enjoyed tremendously!
Over the last week or so, whenever we've gone outside during the day, we've seen a ladybug. Sometimes on the ground, sometimes they land on one of us and other times, they're on whatever we're about to pick up (ball, trashcan, etc). I have been marveling in the sheer number, because I don't ever remember seeing them en masse like this before and I know they are meant to symbolize good luck.
I had some roofing repairs to take care of yesterday and when I climbed the ladder, I was speechless. There were ladybugs all over the roof. They were in various life stages and they were everywhere. I was careful to not step on any of them. It seems silly to be wowed by bugs, but it was really an amazing sight.