Friday, March 27, 2015

The sun will come out...eventually.




Spring break has arrived finally. I looked out the window this morning, and it was snowing! Well what do you think of that? I am in need of some serious warmer weather. They are predicting spring temperatures all of next week.

I'm loving the daffodils and forsythia bushes and blossoming trees. Pollen, pshaw! Hurry spring. I will sacrifice a few sneezes.

I am going to be reading and writing a lot next week. Hope you are, too. 

12 comments:

Bookie said...

Weather is bipolar here. Covering lilacs for freeze...70 Sunday/Monday. I feel like a trapeez artist who is hanging on by three fingers! Ha. Enjoy your coming week!

Val said...

We had a regular blizzard here, too. By 9:30, the sun was out and all the snow had melted off the grass except for the shady part in front of the house.

We're only one week into Spring, you know. I'm not sure how much stock Mother Nature puts into wishful thinking.

Susan said...

Same situation here, too, Linda. Honestly, if I see one more snowflake, I'm going to melt. Susan

Sioux said...

Read all week. Write. Enjoy yourself. Send that husband of yours off in a slow boat to China so you are distraction-free all week.

And pretend you're in Paradise... at least for your week off work.

Kamyria said...

Same thing here in Ontario. I know the spring is here somewhere but she has to get some guts and come out for good. We just went through couple of days of seriously below freezing temperatures... hopefully no more.

Donna Volkenannt said...

This weather has been crazy. Hope you take time and enjoy your week!

K9friend said...

Enjoy your spring break!

Pat
Critter Alley

Daisy said...

Our crazy weather has been going back and forth here. We've had some warmer days, though.

Susan Sundwall said...

I'll be writing for sure, Linda. And sneezing - soon I hope!!

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

Our weather is jumping back and forth as well, though of course no fears of snow here. Rainy today, which is a welcome relief from the pollen, and then sunny skies tomorrow, though a bit cooler. My phlox is blooming out front---it only blooms for about 2-3 weeks a year, so I love to see it burst into color. Oh, well. I'll have the day-lilies all summer. :)

Karen Lange said...

Hope you are seeing some sunshine. :) Summer will be here before we know it, I'm thinking. If we can just hang in there a little longer...

Tammy said...

Hope you've enjoyed all that reading and writing. Sounds pretty ideal to me.