Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my fellow travelers on the weather rollercoaster!  How are you?  When it’s been nice outdoors recently, it seems like everyone gets out.  Cabin fever takes some time to cure.  Everybody wants to smell some fresh air and feel warm breezes.  It will take a little time for the cabin fever aftereffects to die down.  Before you know it, we’ll be complaining about the heat.  It’s like there are rituals for every part of the year, except this one.  Unless you consider drinking massive quantities of green beer and then puking it up to be a ritual.  We need to make a bigger deal of the spring and fall equinoxes.  I don’t know that any saint wants to be associated with green gluttony.

However, the green sprouting to life all over the place is good and natural.  The daffodils and tulips near the foundation of our home are already several inches high.  With our climate, we have a way to go before we start planting annuals. It was in the 60’s on Monday and in the 40’s yesterday and today.  I think some vegetables tolerate, or even like, cooler temps.

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And that’s as far as I got on today’s blog when Junior wanted to talk about colleges and Señor Zanza wanted to talk about more adult themes.

Life is just too busy at times.

Look out for the motorcycles making their reappearance on our roads. 

I love you all, each and every one.     

1 comment:

kkdither said...

Thank you for your dedication to the Irregulars, Madame. You bring a lovely touch our week.

Senor Zanza is feeling a bit of spring fever, as well? Oh, my.

How can it possibly be time for Junior to be looking at Colleges? The time sure flies. I remember the couple of summers of college visits we did. They all show their best though their presentations and tours. As tough as it is to deal with a teenager, the separation is equally tough when you drop them off on that first day of school. Life changes, with the ebb and flow. The house will suddenly feel too quiet.