#SOLSC21: Weather

Sunday: cloudy and rainy

Monday: cloudy and rainy

Tuesday: cloudy and rainy

Wednesday: cloudy and rainy

Thursday: cloudy and rainy

Friday: cloudy and rainy

Saturday: cloudy and rainy

An entire week: cloudy and rainy

I miss the sun

That bright, shining light

Is absent from our days.

Instead we have stormy weather

Deadly weather

Flowers slowly growing

Slowly beginning to bloom

The third crocus reveals its colors

And one daffodil opens.

When will others join the party?

Are they waiting for the sun?

Or just warmer weather?

How is the weather impacting you? What signs of spring are slowly appearing in your neighborhood?

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3 responses

  1. At the moment we are in a sunny day followed by a rainy day followed by a sunny day followed by a rainy day pattern. Warm temps now, but turning colder during the week with a possibility of flurries later on this week.

    1. Ironic that the sun is out today with 70s tomorrow. Later this week we have two nights below freezing. Poor plants!

  2. I love how much feeling comes through by simply listing the days of the week with the SAME weather report. Hang in there. My hope is you WILL be singing “Here Comes the Sun” soon!

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