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April is a Fickle Month

Is it hard to believe all of these photographs were taken in April?  The ambivalence of spring can bring us to our knees in petition for warmer weather.  I don’t find the endurance of the winter brings any less beauty to the snow, but not many are convinced!  What do you think?


Trying to make sense of it all and . . . for the most part . . . doing it.

20 thoughts on “April is a Fickle Month

    1. That made e smile too. Just imagine . . I came back from walking the dogs at 5:30 a.m. and that was looking at me from the side of the house! I really had a double take!

    2. I should have mentioned these are chronological. We were actually seeing the ground earlier this month, but then the storms came. Sun is out now though, and the snow is dripping from the trees.

      1. Yes. I found it. Turns out Bubba put it there. The patch of snow came from openinging the garbage bin, and he drew the face. He was very pleased with himself.

  1. Love the pictures. Funny how we are always so glad to see fall and winter come after the intensely warm summers, then wait desperately for the spring and summer to return. Each season holds a blessing of it’s own. Maybe we are the fickled lot?

  2. I love the sad face, that about sums up what I am feeling right now. We went from boots and winter coats in the beginning of the week, to shorts and tanks and being barefoot 2 days later. The following day the temps fell to below freezing, winter coats again are needed…at least the snow that comes down has been light enough it hasn’t stayed long.

    1. We are seeing the ground again today. I heard something about snow again today. My mantra is, “It can’t last long.” I took the week off, thinking I could work in the yard a bit. Plan B I guess.

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