Are you ready for a change in seasons yet?
I know there have been some bad storms across the US this winter. Are you ready for Spring to be here yet? I know I'm ready for Summer!!!
The wind tonight is about to blow me away. I dread the tornado warnings but I love Spring anyway. I want to see a little snow first so I can wait.
No.. I'm in the middle of summer where I live as is half the world!
I'm not quite ready yet. I live in the Midwest and love the four seasons we experience. When it hits early March I'll be ready for winter to be done...and I'll start watching the trees for little buds. I absolutely LOVE spring and autumn. I tolerate winter and summer mainly because I love the anticipation of the next season more.
Yes! Late spring and early fall are my favorite seasons. I'm not a cold weather person, even though I live in the Northeast....so right after the holidays I start anticipating longer daylight and approaching spring!! Spring brings out the best in me...the warm days and blooming flowers...aaah. love it! And when the tree frogs start singing, I'm in heaven
I am in the northern hemisphere, so yes! I am not a big fan of winter.
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