We received a peek of spring yesterday, as it reached 50 degrees F (10 C).
It is above freezing right now at 6am. We in upstate New York are giddy with joy. In a few
And once that happens, can early spring bulbs be far behind?
At our house, we still have a good two feet (about 61 cm) of snow on the ground. But, it feels so good to know that winter is really coming to an end.
|A hanging basket should occupy this space.|
I will not post the photo of me doing my happy dance.
I hate to disappoint my readers in Great Britain, or India, or other places where the people seem to be starved for snow. (If anyone wants to arrange a house swap for next winter....) but this post is my next to last Winter Wonders feature until December. Soon, no more pictures of snow.
After next Wednesday, the next Wednesday post will be written in spring. SPRING. The season when grass is visible, when farm stands start to reopen, when the birds sing, and we have our first flowers. You know, the one good thing winter does is make us appreciate spring that much more, as we open our imaginary solar panels and soak the first heat in
If you know where spring is, tell her to hurry!