Living in Nature
You are waiting for spring and here we are waiting for fall. Two sides of the same coin.
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That’s one of the nicest parts about following blogs on the other side of the world. There’s always something for each of us to look forward to – our own, or someone else’s.
I know that feeling when the buds are ready to burst. It’s like sunshine to my soul! Unfortunately, here, the leaves will soon turn, the harbinger of winter.
I’m looking for the first leaf at the moment. All the buds are there now.
Buds bring hope, necessary for a good life.
One of the joys of ‘retirement’ is watching the passing of the seasons.
How’s it coming along up your way, Peggy. Still cold or warming up with buds on the trees. We have such different climates despite both being on the east coast.
We have some buds and some warmer days, but the nights have been cold. One was -6°C.
Montucky’s right — you’re waiting for spring, while we’re waiting to get through hurricane season, and have some cooler temperatures. We all need some patience, it seems!
Ugh! Hurricane season (or tornadoes) don’t look fun to me at all. I was watching a TV series on severe weather the other night and the hurricanes are frightening. Never knowing how its going to pan out.
LOL I’m laughing at myself, Vicki! I had to think about the photo and then I realized, OH! ITS HER SPRING SEASON! Silly me! Soon….you will be into your spring and here we are just starting our autumn.
I think it always take overseas followers a minute or two to remember the opposing seasons. At least you are over your hot, humid summer. We have the worst to come Dec, Jan & particularly February, although last year February contained very few days over 40 degrees C as we normally have.
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