Such an up-and-down, back-and-forth month. The weather is beautiful today, but we all feel puny!
I know what to do....dig in the dirt! I got it too! Carol
To smell that fresh moist earth! It needs to warm up a tad here first, though!
There's so much spring fever in the northern hemisphere air I'm having to feel it vicariously from my rainy late summer ...I can hear the optimism in your voices your creaky bones stretchingyour restless souls ready to fly outdoorsthe expectations in your hopes...
Twain's house is about a half hour from here, in Hartford. I can picture him sitting on the banks of the Connecticut River, contemplating those words.
My heart is fit to burst with that wanting!Kat
I know it's been a long long long cold winter for you there. I am so glad things are finally starting to thaw.
Hello Peggy,We have had a whole week of beautiful, bright, sunny weather! What a difference it makes!
Hey, Peggy! I've got a sororal gift for you in my blog's sidebar. Swing by when you get a minute. (I know, you're out walking and breathing in all that fresh air!)Kat
Mr. Twain describes the feeling quite well, doesn't he??
Happy crazy spring to you, too!I'd never seen a pic of Dr. Suess before. He look so happy. No wonder his books are all so great.
And there he is, hitting the nail on the head as only he could. Still as true today, as when he wrote the words.
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