Saturday, March 1, 2014

It's Warm, it's sunny, it's March (6WS)

The woodpile shrinks,  the days get longer, the sun is higher in the sky  We're a laconic folk, we don't get excited by much, nossah, but we do expand a bit around the first of March.   Go out on the porch,  brush the snow off the old porch glider, and sit for a bit in the sun.  Think about stuff.  

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  1. The days are getting longer here too, Hooray for that, but winter, is not giving in at all! Yikes!

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  2. Sitting a bit in the sun sounds wonderful. Cheers!

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  3. Little road trip to Littleton planned today. Prep the state, JT, I'm crossin the border!

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    1. you folks up there in the frozen north ought to get together. is littleton close to where mittens lives?

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    2. anon, you'd have to want to go there to get there, On a good day, that's far enough to be too far.

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  4. Our days are lengthening too--now it's light when I leave for work, and it's light when I get home! I love it!

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  5. They have been duly warned, Ron. Ill wave as you hurtle by. Be sure to acknowledge my favorite road sign as you cross over:

    "Bien Venue au New Hampshire"


    yeah i noticed its light at both ends now, which is always nice, I do get weary of it being dark all the time at one end or the other...

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  6. i love the expanding light, too, and my houseplants are blooming away. They've noticed. And squadrons of robins are showing up, pecking madly in the snow in the hope of something to eat. But sitting in the sun? not yet. Barely above zero. It's a future plan.

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  7. The pergola at the bottom of our garden looks very inviting with the sun on it. Not sure if I dare sit there as it's at a rather strange angle after all the wind :)

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  8. well it is more of a hope for the future, a hint of better days. And Jo, id not sit under that thing either until you make sure its not going to come down around your ears...

    my own faint hope is, that since this was a proper winter, spring will behave properly too, and arrive on time, gently, greenly. No more going back for another sweater, no more changing one's shoes at the last minute...several years ago we had a true spring, no flurries, no surprise blizzards in May, and the sad thing is, no one could relax into it--kept waiting for the last snow of may. By the time we all realized what had happened, it had. =)

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