Thursday, March 30, 2017
The longest, coldest, wettest spring ever is finally happening. Last year, I saw a honeybee six weeks before this date. This year I haven't seen one yet. It's still quite chilly and the farm is still under three inches of water but the SUN finally made an appearance. Thank god. I thought I was losing the ability to see in colors.
Went to Hovander Park and saw a few flowers up. Again - a good six weeks later than last year. Last year at the end of March the tulips were almost done; this year they are still pale green spikes with no hint of flower buds. But the daffodils are beautiful and the hyacinth is beautiful and fragrant.
I'm not complaining. Not today.