The springing of spring

Spring has sprung, the grass is ris.

I wonder where the birdies is.

The birds is on the wing.  But that’s absurd,

I always thought the wings was on the bird.

It looks as if Winter is finally over.  There are various bridges that have to be crossed before I believe that Spring may be in the air.

Queen wasp – killed my first one yesterday.

Grass needs trimming – check.

Can cover more than three daisy flowers with one foot – check.

Milk goes sour if I don’t put it in the fridge overnight – check.

People annoying me by asking for directions – check.

Yup.

Spring is in the air all right.

I might even take the snow chains off the car today.

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The springing of spring — 6 Comments

  1. Cat – It’s OK.  I’m leaving the can of de-icing spray on the back seat.

    TT – You asked that before, didn’t you?  Am I forgot to answer, didn’t i?  As far as I remember, on a Windows PC, you press Ctrl + Alt + a vowel [‘e’ in your case].  I use Linux and that doesn’t work, so I type ‘cliche’ and the spell-checker changes it to ‘cliché’.Heh!

  2. We had snow every day in April one year (before global warming). And we live in New Mexico, lower USA, BUT in the mountains at 7,500 feet. (Aren’t you glad you know that now?)

  3. TT – Maybe your spell-checker needs some lessons in spelling?

    Bikehikebabe – So you have your head in the clouds?  I knew that.

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