This is a repeat of a picture I posted here some time ago. A time when the grass was green. Leaves were green.
This photo is just another reminder that spring and summer are around the bend.
One blink, and it will be Memorial Day. Blink again and you're welcoming September. The third blink seems to invite Christmas, and after a fourth blink your child has aged 10 years and you begin to receive mail from AARP.
Welcome to Three-Thing Thursday, where I share three things and you share three (or more) things, whatever you want. Anything at all.
Here we go.
1. Yesterday I received one of the greatest gifts I could ever hope for, and that's a story from the late 1930s/early 1940s about the Old Mill Skating Rink and my favorite grandmother's sister, Nellie. Nellie lives with her husband Bill in Florida. They grew up in Gloucester and their love affair would make an incredible movie. (Producers? Are you listening?)
2. Tomorrow I'm going to post the skating rink story, written by Bill, which is more valuable to me than anything and everything in Fort Knox.
3a. My trip to NYC was cancelled by Mother Nature.
3b. This week I had to scrape ice off the inside of my windshield. The interior. I'm not making this up, thanks to a leak in my windshield and/or sunroof in my Saturn. Did I miss the recall on Saturns for interior frost problems?
Now it's your turn to share three things. Whatever you want. Anything at all.
On your mark, get set, go.