So the country has switched over to Daylight Saving Time (save Arizona), and spring season is here… in name, anyway; it’s Maine. The clouds parted on Saturday, and it’s been blue ever since, until this afternoon. The geese have appeared here or there; but they may have figured it’s still too cold to migrate back yet.
There have been some fierce, pushing-your-car-door-closed winds, and branches have fallen. But the sunlight has been noticeably strong.
The living room plant sure sees spring.
And boy, it is growing.
It grew maybe an inch in two days. Not that it will ever go back outside. (And as always, click on a photo to see full detail.)
Speaking about inches…
We got another 9 to 12 with the latest blizzard. So we didn’t get 1.5 feet.
But it did take a chunk of time out of our lives.
But hey, chores can be a form of meditation… is something I could say if I didn’t move so quickly. My right arm is still sore with all the shoveling.
At least all the snow is blocking the chipmunks from getting into some of the outer spaces of the house. (The are holes.)
Oh, and there’s more: more snow in the forecast! Yay. 😐
Yes, more. A few inches Wednesday/Thursday. But it will continue to evaporate, etc., etc.
While plants are growing…
The Hannaford tree was removed. They’re remodeling, apparently.
Well, that’s it for now. There’s always more ahead. I hope you had some fun on St. Patrick’s Day. And happy Spring! 🙂