Saturday, March 5, 2011

Spring has arrived in Florida!

One of the things I love most is sitting outdoors and watch nature in action.  The weather has been gorgeous and I have spent more time outdoors this week than I have in a very long time.  Maybe they were here before, but I wasn't paying attention . . . the robins have arrived!  They are the sign for me that Spring has arrived and I couldn't be happier!!

We actually reached the 80's last week and the air conditioner has already been off and on for a week or so.  I really love open windows!  The Captain and I have been busy cleaning up the property . . . he finished off the fence, so now the back yard is totally private :) . . . YES!!!  I AM HAPPY :)

Humidity has not arrived and I am very grateful for that . . . I can handle the heat without it.

I love living in Florida :)


BeaderBubbe said...

I am totally jealous...we in NY are still waiting for that spring day..although it hit 59 degrees already today....but still a bit chilly....need to sit on my patio with iced coffee and a good book....and listen to those birds....enjoy the weather....

Gina Alfani said...

You won't be jealous when we are dodging the hurricanes though!!

I love the upper 50's and 60's on a sunny day . . . spring is around the corner for you guys :)

I will be enjoying this weather in a little while!

Thanks for visiting . . . Gina

Don E. Chute said...

Gina-- I love the weather here also. I live on the Treasure Coast and your right spring is just around the corner.

I love thunder stormes, but not The Caines.

Thanks for stopping by my place.


Don E. Chute said...


Florida is the Weather State. Your right we are on the fringe of spring here on the Treasure Coast.

Love thunder and lightning storms(not severe)

Say NO-NO to Hurricane Season.

Have a blast.


OLLIE MCKAY'S ~ A Chic Boutique said...

Fun Blog! And I love that YOU love being in FL so much - it's wonderful to really love where you live! :-) We live in Southeast Virginia and love it - sort of the best of both worlds - we get the 4 seasons, but no bad extremes and can usually play golf year round (well, except for strange years when we happen to get a big snow, like this winter!!) :-)