I had an idea this year to keep a photo diary of the tree I see from my window. It was interesting to follow it from the dead branches, where the little winter birds perched, to see it come alive as Spring made its way to The Ozarks. That’s where I live. It’s not really my tree, but because of the way it’s situated, I’m probably the one who enjoys it the most!
Then this morning the tree was crying. Old Man Winter does not want to leave its grip. In Arkansas, south of “The Tree,” they had snow for the first time for 194 years!
It’s been kind of fun to have snow falling all day. I could enjoy it through the window at my work space. I’m waiting for the newscast so I can give you some of the records. It’s always interesting with records.
Today has been the coolest afternoon ever in Springfield and we’ve had the most snow on this day. The temperature is 36 degrees F when it should be 70!
Historic for Springfield to have snow on May 3rd.
In two more weeks I’m going to be in a totally different climate. It’s nice to know that I have friends waiting for me there. One of my friends says that he is not going to miss the reunion even if it rains rocks, and even if he’s dead he doesn’t want to miss it. The reunion is on May 25th in the afternoon.
“See” you tomorrow, if I’m not snowed in!