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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

If not for you, winter would have no Spring...


It was exceptionally warm here in West Michigan today. I think it even reached 40 & the sun is still shining. It was a first glimpse of spring, & even though I love winter, am happy to see it reaching close to the end. The nights are getting longer, I think it might still be light outside when I get home from work. There's only about six months left to go before the gigantic snow pile in our parking lot will be melted away (okay, maybe not six months, but it'll probably be April).

Christie hates winter, especially the snow, so I'm happy she finally gets a reprieve from the snow during her vacation. Although she always has a sunny disposition, I think she's happier in the warmer weather. In fact, I know she's happier in the warmer weather. She was born in spring (hey, that's a Bob Dylan lyric!) & I met her in the spring. I sure am happy about it, too.

Basically, this post has no point to it other than to post a picture of Christie, a pretty good reason if you ask me.

Five Favorite Songs of the Day

Spirit on the Water-Bob Dylan, Detroit, 2006

Mexican Blue-Jolie Holland, Springtime Can Kill You

I Got You (at the End of the Century)-Wilco, Being There

Here Comes the Sun Again-M. Ward, Transistor Radio

Sandusky-Uncle Tupelo, March 16-20 1992

Happy Sunshine, friends...

andrew

6 comments:

Christie said...

Your blog just made my day :) Yes the warmer weather does make me happier, but then again so do you. So as long as your around in the winter, it will be just as good as summer.

Heidi said...

Awwww! That is so nice!

Dan Van said...
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Pam said...

It brought sunshine into my life this morning--double sunshine with both of you in the picture!

andrew! said...

What's this censorship?

Joyce said...

Love is in the air
Cold, warm, hot it matters not

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