If today had been a sunny, breezy spring day (like yesterday), then I could have made something of this title. But, as posted earlier, we've been forecast snow again, which may be a simple pleasure when you're seven years old but not when you're 47 years old and trying to get on with life! Thankfully, I'm not doing much (on doctor's orders) so I don't have to worry about going outside but, honestly, spring has sprung then bounced off again!
Roll on the heady days of summer, which is forecast to be the hottest since 1976, the year when we all melted. Of course, here in the UK we are very preoccupied with our weather - too cold, too wet, too hot - so we'll not be happy in the summer, either. But at least there's the option of picnics by the river, lazy days reading in the garden and BBQs with friends to look forward to.
Over on the Papertake Weekly Challenge, they have a really nice sketch this week: