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Where are you Spring?

Dear Spring,

We would love to say hello to you.
Please come out and play.
You are suppose to be here today.
It says so on the calendar.
We've been ready for you.
We have even decorated for you.
Where are you hiding?


We want to see your beautiful
 colors and feel your warm fresh air.
Please be here soon.
We've missed you!

Sincerely,
JoAnne

Comments

  1. Yes, indeed! It was hovering around 5 degrees in my part of the country. I am so ready to open windows, spring clean from top to bottom, paint projects in the garage etc. It's been a long, cold winter.

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  2. I know! it is freezing in Chicago, just awful :(

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  3. Yes...we are soooooo ready for spring!!

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  4. I could not agree more!

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  5. I can't wait for the spring season to start here in NJ. Cold, windy with snow on the ground.

    Cynthia

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  6. I so would love to see some spring. Here in Chicago it is cold no spring in site today. I am with you on wanting to see spring
    Kris

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  7. I feel the same way. It's cold, windy and downright nasty out today here in Minnesota. yuck. I need me some warm sunshine and time to dig in the garden.

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