Tuesday, May 1, 2018

May 1

Can you believe it? We're going from snow and ice into May. Mother Nature has really been on a tear this year. Hopefully she'll calm down and give us some beautiful weather.

'I thought that spring must last forever; for I was young and loved and it was May.' ~ Vera Brittain

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  1. I am in total agreement with you Sandra.

    Yvonne.

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  2. The weather hasn't been able to make up her mind has she? Vera Britten's war-time experiences were incredibly sad.

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    1. She sure hasn't, EC.
      I'm unfamiliar with Vera B's background, but really hate to hear it was sad.

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  3. It has been tumultuous to say the least. Today it was nearly 90 F and winds over 45 mph. Maybe May will bring flowers and not too many showers.

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    1. Let's hope so, Elizabeth. Although, our clay ground has already sucked up all the moisture and is demanding more.

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  4. I hope May will live up to its name this year. Have a good one! Hugs, Valerie

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  5. We are on vacation in Galicia, Spain, and the weather is crazy here, too. Yesterday was sooooo cold! And my friends in California write that last week there were thunderstorms.

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    1. Now that's getting bad when the weather interferes with vacations.

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  6. No more snow is a win in our book!

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  7. Finally some decent weather on the way this week! Happy Beltane!

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    1. It was actually hot here today! There too?

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  9. Yes, it is already May! The weather has been weird around here, but is expected to get warmer by Thursday.

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  10. May 1 is my anniversary and I picked today so I would remember. LOL

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  11. The lusty month of May! (Lerner and Loewe!)

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    1. Heh. Today's May has been pretty low key here:)

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  12. I know, MAY! I can't believe it. Sometimes it feels like this year is taking forever, and then all of the sudden school's almost out.

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    1. Isn't that the truth, Jen? Where did April get its wings?

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  13. It will be Christmas before you know it, sigh. Happy May anyway.

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  14. we are still waking up to frost, yet today's high is supposed to be 84....go figure ;) ♥♥

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    1. Yikes! Mother Nature is quite the extremist isn't she?

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  15. Hi Sandra .. it's chilly here too - but so much brighter and lighter and the sun doth shineth - cheers Hilary

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    1. Glad to hear the sun is shining in your corner of the world, Hilary. It was actually hot here today and the plants responded by wilting.

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  16. Our Spring has went right into Summer! LOL! But, I'm not complaining. I'm just tired of gardening already! LOL! Big Hugs!

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    1. Uh oh, you've got a lot of gardening season left. Grin.

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  17. Whew! Out in this neck of the woods of NC, it was blazing, so I did my running from the store back to the car, and right back to the house. (lol) Happy May to you Super Sandra! Hugs...RO

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    1. That's the way to hustle. Heh.
      And a Happy May to you, Rockin Ro.
      Hugs received and returned.

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  18. We are supposed to reach 26C today!! 2 was ago we were having ice and snow which means it’s crazy🤪. I hope we get a lovely spring and not jump right into summer

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  19. I didn't get any may baskets, a tradition here.

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  20. You'll have to tell us more about the May baskets, Steve.

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