This winter was rough.
(Why am I talking about winter in May, you ask? Because I still have snow in my yard and it snowed again two days ago.)
|The monkey in the back yard a couple weeks ago.|
Anchorage did break the seasonal snow record this year with 133.6 inches of snow. (I almost wrote feet–sometimes it felt like that!) We also had a month of sub-zero temperatures and five nasty windstorms (clocked 120 miles an hour at my house–felt like I was in a war zone).
However, despite the residual snow flurries, spring is springing. A frost late week munched most of my daffodils, but look what opened today in all its sunny glory.
|You have no idea how happy this makes me.|
And for the first time ever, I’m really starting a new WIP during spring. It’s making me feel all excited and hopeful.
May spring put a little extra bounce in your writing too!