Wanting Spring To Stay Put

Lately the weather here in central Ohio has been all over the place. In the 70’s one day and then the next in the 40’s. Heavy rains with strong winds and then snow and sleet. Yesterday we had everything but warmth; cloudy, windy, snow, rain, sleet and sun… all in the same day!

Please Spring, stay put! Tell Winter to go where it’s time for it to be and let the flowers and trees bloom and the temperatures be moderate. We’d all like to have more than a day or two in a row that resembles the day this photo of an Easter Phoebe was taken, although on this day while it was glorious golden light, it was in the upper 20’s. So how about sunny days with singing birds accompanied by warmer temperatures?

Teri 📷

Ohio, Easter Phoebe, bird photography

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7 Responses to Wanting Spring To Stay Put

  1. shoreacres says:

    We’ve had plenty of warmth, and plenty of blooming flowers, but everyone is ready for our bloomin’ wind to stop, already! Apparently the weather hasn’t heard that moderation in all things is a virtue.

  2. Timothy Price says:

    Seems to be the way with weather springing about.

  3. equinoxio21 says:

    Sun will come back. Some day… I’m sure…
    (Have you taken full control of your new car?) 🚘

  4. Lavinia Ross says:

    Spring was long and cool here, with delayed and/or prolonged blooming of irises and daffodils among other flowers. Some trees were slow to leaf out.

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