How to Decipher March’s Entrance!

We have all probably heard the old wives’ tale:  If March comes in like a lamb, it will go out like a lion or if in like a lion, then it will go out like a lamb.  Yet, here in Northeast Ohio, March has come in more like a lioamb or would it be a lamion.

March 1st and 2nd were rather non descript.  Not really a lion nor a lamb in terms of weather designation.  A little cool, some flurries, warm sun, then breezy cool air again.  That was just March 1st!

So, does that mean that all of March will be the same way?  Everyday is a roll of the dice as to what we will have.  Sometimes it matches the weather man’s prediction and sometimes not.

Those of us with sinus issues are having a wonderful time (cough-cough, insert sarcasm here!).  We walk around with headaches.  The weather stays the same a day or so and our headaches subside.  Then, the weather changes again, another headache comes.  Welcome to the land of ever changing weather and persistent headaches.  Yay Ohio!

My husband lovingly calls me during spring and fall,  “my own little barometer head.”  Which in my own warped mind, I have decided that it is a term of endearment.  Not in any way a sarcastic attempt to say,  “girl-you’re all messed up.”

As I sit here typing away, looking out the window, it has once again started to snow.  It’s the big flake, fluffy, pretty kind that doesn’t really stick to the ground.  THAT kind of snow I could handle a lot of.  However, as with most weather here, this won’t last long.  While we have light blue skies, a little gray cloud that moves over every now and then and drops some white fluff and a super high temperature of 28 degrees – have no fear my friends, tomorrow it is supposed to be sunny and 50 degrees!

I gotta go.  There’s a huge glass of water and a bottle of Motrin with my name written all over them!

…and that’s all I have to say about that.


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