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Put A Spring In Your Step

So February has just begun and my thoughts have already started to turn to Spring. Christmas and New Year seem to have happened a long long time ago - it may have only been one full Calendar month ago but January has dragged in! I am looking forward to Spring. I am looking forward to a (slight) rise in temperature. I am looking forward to the sun actually being out for more hours than it is now. Spring has a certain hold on me, one that reminds me that new things are possible.

Ironically though, as I work as a gardener Spring is actually a season that (work wise) doesn't really exist as we tend to split the work in to, what in essence is, Summer and Winter. For us, Summer starts on the 1st of April and end on the 31st of October. Just to be clear on the definition - Summer is classed as grass cutting season. As I currently sit here composing this post there is only two months until the start of the grass cutting season, but my mind is mostly pre-occupied with what happens between now and then - the days getting 'longer', the sun starting to come out, the temperature increasing etc.

Oh and not forgetting the flowers starting to come out too.

*Image via author. NB: The photo of daffodils was taken last year.

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valmnz wrote on February 1, 2015, 3:10 PM

Now you're trying to wish my summer away. Only another month till our autumn kicks in.

Jay_Angel wrote on February 1, 2015, 3:19 PM

Sounds like you already have spring fever! As a fisherman, I can certainly relate.

AsADrivenLeaf wrote on February 1, 2015, 4:13 PM

February is settling in. It's going to be autumn or fall in March, here in our side of the earth. emoticon :smile:

j2jworkz wrote on February 1, 2015, 4:16 PM

I'm trying to remember spring is coming, but we are in the middle of a snowstorm right now!

Magnolia wrote on February 1, 2015, 10:33 PM

you are right.. it is amazing how fast we leave the holidays and began preparing for spring. Welcome to PP I hope you are very happy here!