The calendar tells us Spring will begin in two days! Sure hope Mother Nature has a calendar and refers to it! LOL Seriously, there are signs that Spring is, in deed, here and ready to start bringing all the joys that Spring so aptly brings to our lives…….the geese are returning – they have been squawking overhead a lot in the past few days…….my daffodils are popping up out of the ground…….forecasted temperatures are beginning to be predominantly in the more pleasant range……we’ve moved on to Daylight Savings Time and the days are getting longer! Yes, regardless of the light snow we saw swirling through the air yesterday and the few days still stuck in the 30’s, Spring IS upon us and I couldn’t be happier!!!
With Spring comes the start of Adventure Season! YAY!!! I have a Maple Syrup Tour booked through our Cobblestone Museum Society the end of the month and am counting down the days till my first big adventure – my 2019 cruise – in April and some friends and I are starting discussions about our annual trip to Washington, DC that we’re planning in the Fall, this year! And, that’s just the beginning! I am so looking forward to this year’s Adventure Season! So many ideas fighting in my head for the chance to be a reality…..what, oh what, will this year bring!!!??? Stay tuned for the photo results as the year progresses!
So, now — here are my favorite shots from my March Daily Photo Challenge, so far…….the daily prompt is noted below each photo:
OUT THE WINDOW
ON THE GROUND
One more thing, before I log off here and begin my Monday……I went to a paint night at Brushstrokes in Medina last week – we painted Gnomes and had some wine and chocolate pairings…..here are the results of my efforts:
The photo distorted the color of the jacket and dots on the hat rim — it is actually chocolate brown!
Have a great day…..be on the lookout for more signs of Spring — they are fluttering all around us!!!
…’Happy’ for sure!
A different kind of “selfie”! LOL
Hi Kim, “May the road rise…” Irish blessing is a favorite of mine & of our older daughter. I decided to attempt to find authorship. This is an interesting history which came up when I Googled:
Awesome – thanks!