In like a lion, out like a lamb

The expression “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb” refers to cold stormy weather making way for sunny, warmer weather at the end of the month. After the brutal winter we just had, I’m just glad that March is gone and spring is here.

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While spring is not my favorite season, it’s a certainly a welcome change.

 

7 thoughts on “In like a lion, out like a lamb

  1. Love the pictures and the theory that winter is going to be over. The snow is almost gone here, but there is a horrible rumor of another storm coming next week. I will live vicariously through the greenery you have provided!

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  2. Those photos are fabulous.

    Spring is, actually, my favorite season. I get more good out of the summer, overally, but I am emotionally attached to spring. There’s just something about that day when you walk outside and all of a sudden, everything is green. That is the best day of the year.

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    • I enjoy seeing the transformation as well. (The rain is what keeps spring from being my favorite season.)

      Have you had your “best day” yet? We are “greening” up very quickly here in the south.

      Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

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