While I'm here, might as well spout off a bit. It snowed last night, then again today. There's nothing on the ground right now. It all melted when it got daylight. But the temperature fell below freezing last night, and it's supposed to be even colder tonight. These crazy climate changes are playing ruin with everything that grows in this region for the past several years. Every year, the temperatures get into the 70's and sometimes even the 80's in March, tricking everything in nature to think it's summertime and forcing it to grow. Then, an April freeze comes along and all the unsuspecting, beautiful plants and flowers, even small trees, get frozen where they stand. It's very discouraging, not to mention heartbreaking to watch the plants and flowers get killed year after year.
I know we're not supposed to complain about Mother Nature, but her little surprises are becoming habit. Later on, we'll probably have another drought. It's getting so we can't even grow any decent vegetables here in farm country.
I'll stop griping now because it never helps a thing. I'm going back to writing. Here's hoping the rest of the week has a better outlook.