Finally a True Sign of Spring

To wit, the lawncare people come to aerate and fertilize the yard. It’s a nice, sunny day, too! Let’s hope it sticks.

12 Comments on “Finally a True Sign of Spring”

  1. rktrixy – Alameda, CA – Architect, Newly-wed, Middle-aged Crafty woman. Love Science Fiction, Love quilting, Love fabric, love love love surface pattern. Very very fond of food.

    Oh no! He saw his shadow!

  2. We had a true sign of spring today. The guy who plows our snow came and took the sticks away from beside the driveway and put some grass seed on the spots where he ripped out chunks of turf during the winter.

  3. We still don’t have a lawn yet. Just mud, mud, mud.

  4. I come to you from Southern California where all we have are earthquakes. What is this “Spring” whereof you speak?

  5. megpie71 – Australian, female, fat, over forty. Been hanging around the internet (first Usenet, now blogs) since about 1997. Far too cynical for my own good.

    Meanwhile in the southern hemisphere… today is the first day this year I’ve turned on the heater in the bathroom during my shower, and the first day I turned on the heater in the car. Temperature today is supposed to reach 22C, which means I really should have put on thicker socks, and probably a longer-sleeved shirt. Oh well, it’s supposed to warm up to the low thirties by next week. Briefly.

  6. Morgan Hazelwood – Virginia – Morgan Hazelwood (she/her) is a fantasy novelist who blogs and vlogs writing tips and writerly musings. She likes taking pictures of the sky, reading a good book, and ambiverting from her living room. She's also a voice for the fairy-tale audio drama: Anansi Storytime and its sister podcast: Legendsmith. She's been known to procrati-clean her whole house and alphabetize other people's bookshelves.
    Morgan Hazelwood

    I just ask friends to come over, dressed up for a party. Then wait for the ladies in heels to aerate my lawn for me!

  7. My true sign here in Pasadena, CA…rolling back the pool cover and starting the “draining the swamp” process with a trip to the pool store for chemicals. Also the unexpected fun (not really fun) of removing a very waterlogged lizard that must have ducked in for a drink. Some time ago. Gross!

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