Spring Fever

North Carolina decided to take a break from winter and spend a couple days pretending that it’s spring instead of mid-February. And as a result, I’ve gone into gardening mode. Like buying seeds and fighting the urge to buy potting soil and recognizing that the cold will kill anything I plant but wanting to start gardening anyway.

I’d hoped that going through photos of flowers and the garden from last summer would help take the edge off. And they have, somewhat.

How do you handle these unseasonably warm winter days? Do they leave you with a touch of spring fever?


2 thoughts on “Spring Fever

  1. carolee says:

    Puff some of that warmth our way! We are under snow again here in Indiana, but I have started some seeds indoors, which helps me believe that spring will find its way eventually.


    • sestone519 says:

      Oh man, sending warm thoughts your way (and weather if I can manage it). A lack of sunlight/space means waiting a few more weeks to start seeds; I just keep telling myself that it’ll warm up in a couple weeks.


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