Five On Friday (Saturday): Just Wait Five Minutes

It’s Saturday but I’m still joining in for Five on Friday. I  wrote a serendipitous post in my head yesterday while getting ready for work.

My work schedule went from me arriving at noon to me arriving in the morning hours. No time yesterday to post. However, now I have time. Forgive me as I’m about to talk about the weather (again).

We have a popular cliché saying about the weather here in the Midwest United States: If you don’t like the weather, just wait five minutes and it will change.

Changing Weather

One: The snow predicted for last Easter Sunday? It arrived. The little blue flowers in the front yard resisted… Two: And spring returned by mid-week… Complete with blue skies… The kids tossed their coats aside on the playground Thursday afternoon. And then, Friday arrived with Winter’s unwelcome return.

Guess what we saw yesterday afternoon as we were pulling our coats tighter around us out on the playground? Did you guess snow flurries? You guessed right! And a chance for more snow tomorrow night.

Go home, winter! Your turn is over.

Three: The snow stopped and the blue skies returned. Cold blue skies as we awoke to 21 degrees and at noon, the temperature remains at only 28 degrees. Four: Glad I readied my reading pile. Five: I’ll wait patiently for warmer weather.  As sure as I know a teenagers moods change, I know the weather will also. Hopefully, with warmer days ahead… ***

How’s your weather? If you have any sunshine or warm temperatures to spare, we’ll take them!

Joining in with Five on Friday hosted by the F.A.S.T. blog. Be sure to go check it out and maybe join in the fun! It’s a great time and bloggers from around the world join in the fun.

 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “Five On Friday (Saturday): Just Wait Five Minutes

  1. Hooks and Needles

    Love the fluffy spring seed opening, very pretty detail. The sky looks nice and blue and the daffodils in the park probably trick you it’ll be a warm sunny day. It is a good job you got your reading material ready. I’ve read the Girl on the Train, I enjoyed it except the… let me know your thoughts / when you’ve finished as I don’t want to spoil the story. Enjoy your reading. Cathy x
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