Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by Sammie, Mar 25, 2009.
When I hear the Canadians honking as they head north.
My friggin sinuses are killing me! It's spring!$#*&%^$
I love spring though.
We have a layer of yellow dust on everything. Everything flowers about now and the pollen will get so thick you can see it in the air sometimes. I can't wear contact lenses in it. Lots of pretty scenery though.
It's either Spring or Summer here most of the year so, other than looking at a calendar, I would have to say:
I Have customers complain about the Swallows that are lost and should be making their nests in Cheryl's and Moreluck's neighborhoods.
Costco begins stocking the Beach towels and beach umbrellas.
Yep and when playing tennis there are puffs of yellow every time you hit the ball. Maybe that's why my sinuses are so bad ... 2 1/2 hours playing tennis last night.
Bradford pear trees are blooming. Very pretty but wont last long...we are expecting snow this weekend.
It's not dark at 4:30 pm anymore.
My driveways not a dangerous, icy mess anymore!!!!
Now it's a dangerous, muddy mess....
I could handle a muddy mess... we just had another 8 inches of snow here.... i am rather sick of shoveling..... spring will be here in June....
The cats start shedding are theres more bugs out at night.
When the maple trees start sprouting pails.
I know - we are off to our first pancake breakfast this year on Saturday - always nice to wonder through the woods and by the syrup right from the producer....
The UPS men and women get out the shorts.
Yesterday, Gorgeous. Singing praises about spring. Even started a
thread about it.
Today, can barely see the neighbor's house across the street thru the whiteouts... [/quote]
Ow, that looks cooold but it's a nice pic, I like the color...errr, the absence of colors I should say. I have a cousin in Pueblo and my mom is in Durango and I love to visit.
According to the crystal ball reader/meteorologist, Saturday is supposed to be "the biggest snow storm I've seen this late"
It's not really late for a snow storm...
But as for spring, my apple tree is blooming!
Ow, that looks cooold but it's a nice pic, I like the color...errr, the absence of colors I should say. I have a cousin in Pueblo and my mom is in Durango and I love to visit.[/quote]
Thanks. It's 22 degrees as we speak. My daschunds with their one inch
legs do not have a good time outside on days like this when they can
disappear in a drift. Their feet get pretty cold pretty quick; not unusual
to have to find them and carry them in....
I know when spring is here:
1. The mesquite starts budding. That is the #1 indicator here.
2. The weeds start popping up and over night I can't see my neighbors house. LOL
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