What a difference between last year and this year.
Green grass in February!
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the daffodils are coming up outside my west-facing classroom window…
Oh, Daffodils in February. Sounds weird and nice, both.
Weren’t all your trees and bushes being broken by the weight of so much snow at this time last year?
We have daffodils and green grass. The neighbors forsythia is blooming. I wasn’t here last year but I’ve been told this is a very warm winter. Don’t get used to it. But I doubt we ever get snow like you had last year. That was some winter up your way.
Forsythia rushes to bloom. We had a couple of warm days back in January and part of our forsythia bloomed. A blooming hussy. Yellow’s the first color to appear at sunrise and the last to leave at sunset, so it’s a good early-spring bush.
Ours _really_ needs pruning, but it’s been so mild this winter, I don’t dare cut any of the branches.
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