Owl at Heart
Your comment about PRE-spring reminded me of a friend who told me she was PRE- diabetic. In her case this was highly questionable, so I retorted with "we're all pre-diabetic, except for those of us who are diabetic.""Ah, right, " she said. "We're all pre-death, too."
Ha! Good one! Like everyone is pre-published until they're published.And I would like my novel to be published prehumously.
Beautiful pictures of pre-spring, which sounds delightful! Do you see tulip bulbs poking through the soil in this time-period, or are they still contemplating their debut? Oh, and hey! Some of the scenes look vaguely familiar....Southern California, maybe?
Wrong coast. :-) It's Florida. Went for a short vacation at the beginning of the month.Photos 1, 4 and 6 are Singer Island, which is just north of Palm Beach, in 2, 3 and 5.Worth Avenue, Palm Beach's version of Fifth Avenue, has the oh-so-posh dog bar.The sailboats at sunset one is my new wallpaper on my phone.
Thanks for the breath of fresh light, Barb.Susan
You're welcome. It was good to escape winter for a few days.On Worth Avenue, I was giving M directions like, "Turn right at Valentino, then turn right at Chanel." :-) But I hardly bought anything, just some notebooks and a handmade purse at the craft fair (near the sailboats).
There's snow in the forecast here. Thanks for the lovely pictures! Thoughts of spring will keep me going ;)
It's snowing here today, too. Looking at sunny photos does help! :-)
I'm loving the spring weather we've been having.
Meee toooo! It can stay like this until Spring!
Any tulips yet, Barb?Susan
Yes--in Holland! (I follow Keukenhof, the huge garden outside Lisse, on Twitter. It opened for the season on Thursday.)Here we usually see the earliest tulips the last week of April or first week of May.How about you?
Give a hoot.