Spring is between winter and summer. It is a rather confusing time.
There are flowers and sunshine, but then there is also sometimes snow. It can be warm but the wind is rather chilly.
The only solution is to retain the best parts of winter, lady bug hat and mittens, when the wind blows…
…and leave on only the hat when the sun is bearably warm!
I love the sunshine but I am very much looking forward to summer!
The seasons are changing, the lilacs are blooming, and in the fall I will be a big sister!
A couple Sundays ago was Mother’s Day. I’ve only experienced one other one, and from that experience I assumed it was supposed to be a sunny spring day where mom sleeps in and gets breakfast in bed. This year was a completely opposite sort of day.
We woke up early and drove for hours so mom could play the oboe, and it was really cold and rainy and snowy! Then we went to eat something called brunch at a very old beautiful hotel.
While we were waiting for our table I splashed in puddles, which amused and annoyed mom.
Then we walked around a big pond at the hotel, and I found mom a bouquet of flowers but she didn’t let me pick them.
Happy Mother’s Day, mom! It was a special day full of memories and good food, and delightful puddles and snowflakes.