Monday, April 27, 2009
Morning of April 27
This was what we woke up to this morning--all too common an event in our springtime. Indeed, it is the very reason I don't plant anything outside in the garden until after May 15. There is too much a chance for disaster!
I didn't think it was supposed to snow; when our friend, Sharon, left last night after dinner, it was raining. It never even occurred to me that it would turn to snow; the temperature was too warm, I thought. In the middle of the night, the temp plummeted. Boy was I fooled.
So, I am forced to console myself with these Daffodils--representatives of Spring, sitting in my sunroom. I got them from the grocery store. They contrast nicely with the snow outside the windows.