We deserve this weather. It's been a long time coming. It's not that we had such a miserable winter here in Massachusetts. We had some snow and some cold weather, but nothing out of the ordinary; after all, it is New England. Granted, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine got hammered in some places. Some had almost 100" of snow. It just seems like it's been dragging on and on. We'd get a warm day and then it would get cold and rainy for several days. Time for some warmth and sun.
We are finally seeing some buds on the trees and some are even beginning to blossom. I did stop over at some friends' house yesterday and their side door garden was abloom with daffodils. What is that poem I learned in high school?
|I wander'd lonely as a cloud|
|That floats on high o'er vales and hills,|
|When all at once I saw a crowd,|
|A host of golden daffodils,|
|Beside the lake, beneath the trees,|
|Fluttering and dancing in the breeze.|
Thank you, William Wordsworth!
Unfortunately they say that this warm weather is not going to last very long, altho' I think I did hear that the rain and miserable stuff that we were supposed to get on Monday may not happen. That would be good. The Boston Marathon is Monday and that kind of weather can surely ruin a good run! Not that I would know anything about that. It's also the day for Phil's memorial service. It would be nice if we had some sun for that.
But, a three day weekend is always great. Personally, I think the work week should be Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday, and Thursday morning. Then from Thursday afternoon to the following Tuesday at noon would be the weekend! How does that sound?
Monday is also Sheila's 65th birthday. Her email is email@example.com. Wish the old lady a happy birthday, folks.
Not much other news from here. Glad the earthquake wasn't all that bad. But, I'm sure it got everyone's attention.
Hope all is well for you, Scoots. Is it starting to get REALLY warm over there? Time for another care package ~ any special requests?
Love you and KYHD!