Spring has Sprung for a Moment, Anyway

The upside to not flying into NYC this week was that I was able to keep a dentist appointment, an appointment with the accountant to do our taxes and be available for work when most of my colleagues are out on spring break.

Ok, I’m being sarcastic, but at least I am getting a lot done.

Due to a hectic schedule, I’m going to let you enjoy a couple of photos that proves spring has sprung here because by the time you read this, a cold front will have hit.

The weatherman even mentioned the four-letter “S” word as a possibility for Sunday.

This is me with my hands over my ears singing, “La, la, la, weatherman, I cannot hear you!”

Have you been getting a mixed bag of weather where you’re at this week or has it been all winter or all spring?

Enjoy your weekend, Living Large readers.

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12 Responses

  1. Jennifer Meyer says:

    Nice pics Kerri I wish I had seen some of that. I woke up yesterday to sleet. It had been raining, in Wisconsin you wonder if spring will ever come. I’m glad I sat outside for an hour that ONE day it was nice out! We have two seasons, summer and winter! I’m ready for some warm weather too. Molly is an Alabama baby, I think she’s ready too!

    • Kerri says:

      We woke up this morning to what the weatherman called “thunder sleet” this morning. The deck was just covered and it pelted us pretty good for awhile. Looked like good old fashioned hail to us with a thunderstorm going on! 😉

  2. Neat pictures. I want a wild Service Berry tree for my garden. Storms took mine down. Funny post Kerri.Don’t work too hard for you will warm yourself up.

  3. Love the spring photos. Makes me think happy, cheerful thoughts.

  4. I knew it was too good to be true, and just to make sure we still have at least one hard frost ahead of us, we went ahead and planted our garden.That should jinx our nice weather for sure! Hopefully, my babies won’t stick their little heads above ground until spring is here to stay, but I’m keeping some tarps handy just in case! 🙂

    • Kerri says:

      Oh, my, Kathy, you did jump the gun a little! The rule of thumb for planting in your area isn’t until May 1. April 15 for us. I would keep those tarps handy, for sure!

      • Well, I know it’s early, but raised beds do make it easy to cover everything if it looks like frost. We always followed the “potatoes in the ground by St. Patrick’s Day” rule and it worked out pretty well. However, I do have the tarps on hand if necessary!

        • Kerri says:

          I think you better have those tarps at the ready this weekend to keep your soil from freezing, Kathy. From what I hear, they’re calling for snow up there this weekend!

  5. Kerri says:

    Here’s my Mr. Bill Impression, “OOOOOHHHH, NOOOO!”

  6. Alexandra says:

    Yes, about an inch of that S word has fallen here on Cape Cod. Already in a mind-set for spring, I look out the window and think, NO!