#SOL19: Day 29 SOLSC

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Day 29

Rise and Shine

Walk the narrow line.

Check out the view

What is there to do?

Two days ago the temp was 72

Tonight the forecast includes snow

and wintry mix with winds that will blow.

How will the rest of the week go?


I fear March may yet go out like a lion . . .

The uncertainty of wintry possibilities

Makes for a leery traveler.

But maybe it will reduce that TBR pile.




Thank you, Betsy, Beth, Deb, Kathleen, Kelsey, Lanny, Melanie, and Stacey for this daily March forum from Two Writing Teachers. Check out the writers, readers and teachers here.

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7 responses

  1. Oh, I hope you will have good weather. It will be 70 degrees here tomorrow. Maybe some rain. But around Philadelphia, March is definitely departing like a lamb. My daffodils are all in bloom as well as my hyacinths. Here’s to a beautiful spring where you live, Fran!

    1. Hopeful, Lynne. I’m so ready for any green to replace the mud or the white! 🙂

  2. Where is that lamb that is supposed to bring an end to March. I just bet it is having tea with Phil and they are laughing at how they pulled one over on us.

    1. I agree. It was a very early April Fool’s joke. Silly, gullible humans! LOL

  3. Wow, from 72 degrees to possible wintry conditions again? What crazy weather times we live in nowadays! Hard to believe the March Challenge is winding down… how has it been for you?

    1. Crazy weather and half the state (not my part) is in the flood disaster zone. So unpredictable. The challenge has been different

      1. Oh gosh I’m sorry for all those affected.

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