Here are some things that I love right now, beginning with flowers in a mason jar--even better when they're free wildflowers from the backyard, and doubly better when delivered, table-ready, by our neighbor. We're so well taken care of:
Tiny green things poking through the dirt: I don't care what they are; if they're making their way up to the light, and I planted them from seed, I'm absurdly excited. When we're home, I must walk out onto the balcony ten times a day to look at the planters, just in case some new seedlings are up.
New growth on old plants--in this case, a geranium I've kept in a pot for almost three years, ever since my neighbor gave me a geranium cutting to stick in the ground:
New growth on old food--OK, this is kind of a weird one. But aren't you excited by the fact that if you accidentally let a potato get too old and leggy, you can plant it?
It gets weirder: this tiny housefly held still long enough for me to take a series of photos highlighting his giant orange eyes and furry muppet mouth:
What are you excited about this late spring (which, if you live in Montreal, is more like early spring)?