Wednesday, 1 March 2017

Happy March!

Happy March to all my friends and readers

New Calendar picture with this beautiful watercolour painting
by Frank Koebsch


 "Discoverer" "Entdecker"



March is the arrival of spring, the end of the long winter evenings. Always welcome. It makes it even prettier with a lovely painting, like this calendar picture of the beautiful watercolour painting by Frank Koebsch. 

You can find a lot more wonderful pictures on their website here.

6 comments:

  1. Sweet little birds. It's very warm here, in the 80's, I fear we're going to skip spring and move right into summer.

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    1. And it will probably be a hot one. We hardly had a winter, wouldn't mind this kid of temperature all the time.

      Have a great month. Hope you will find a lot of interesting literature.

      Greetings,
      Marianne

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  2. It has been many years since I was so glad to see March finally arrive. It has been unusually cold and cloudy here in my little micro climate this February. But today, March 1, was sunny and a bit warmer. March is coming in like a lamb this year. Of course, that is a little worrisome for the beginning of April! Happy March to you!!

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    1. Interesting. We hardly had any winter at all, just a few days with very little snow, not worth mentioning. Where about do you live?

      Hope your summer won't be too hot.

      Happy Reading Month,
      Marianne

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    2. I live in Southern California on the edge of Los Angeles. We have had a drought for five years and finally this winter we had a normal amount of rain, so I am not complaining really, though I feel happier and better when the sun shines. What are your winters like normally? (If there is any such thing as normal climate anymore.)

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    3. You are right, there is no "normal" climate anymore but we usually do have snow. We've had years with a lot of snow and with little snow. This year, if you ask me, we had no snow at all. We had one or two days where something came down that looked like snow but only stayed on the ground for a couple of hours, and only if you didn't walk like it.

      The last years have been crazy in every aspect. The summers have been getting hotter and hotter. We've had Americans coming here who said it wasn't hot but when they realized that there is hardly any air conditioning and they had to experience it in their houses day after day, they started complaining, as well. ;)

      With my migraines, I prefer moderate weather. I'd love to have spring and autumn only. But the way this climate is going, I think we might have none of that in the future and go from hot summers to cold winters. :(

      Anyway, thanks for the information, always lovely to "talk".

      Have a good weekend,
      Marianne

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