...well, not THAT lion...more like this one:
Cold and windy, with a few snow showers...but then it moderated nicely...guess we'll see how it leaves.
The good news is it will leave, and hopefully it will be quick about it.
I've said before it's one of the two ugliest months of the year...patches of dirty snow, biting winds, barren trees.
Unpleasant...but it does have 4 things going for it:
1. It's not February...
2. The time change, when we spring forward...
3. St. Patrick's Day...
|you expected to see a leprechaun, didn't you?|
...a time to avoid green beer but enjoy Tullamore DEW (Jameson's will do in a pinch).
4. Blessed Spring...
|life is better down that old dirt road...|
...the harbinger, if not the actual deliverer, of good weather and delightful outdoor living again.
So Welcome, March...it's nice to see you!
Just don't let the door hit you in the backside on your way out.
It follows Detective Chief Superintendent Christopher Foyle (Michael Kitchen, center) as he deals with local crimes, primarily murder.
Foyle doesn't drive and thus has a chauffeur, Samantha Stewart (Honeysuckle Weeks).
His able assistant is Sergeant Paul Milner (Anthony Howell).
As with many British dramas, it's very well done, period correct and thought provoking.
While we anxiously await the arrival of outdoor weather, Foyle's War is providing pleasant evenings of quality entertainment.
Several cuts above the usual network drivel, this is well worth a look.
...is my back yard...and as the snow continues to melt and temps head into the 50's over the next few days, guess what I'm going to do?
...apart from each other, and don't forget to wear your mask...
While you're trying to figure that out, here are a few parting shots...
|mr. cardinal in a tangle of branches|
|no idea what's happening here|
|lake michigan near douglas|
|guess who woke up from a long winter's nap?|
|cozy fire in our bedroom|
Was forcefully reminded recently that Life has its unexpected ups and downs, and often they are tightly intertwined...and so I leave you with this thought:
later, mcm fans...
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