I'm in central Ohio - still pretty cold - we're still having rainy/gloomy days but today (Wed) and tomorrow are supposed to be sunny as is the rest of the week. Starting Sunday nite through Tues we're supposed to be getting some snow (possibly) Can't change into sping/summer clothes just yet and a little too wet to do any gardening (not to mention too cold even for a cold weather crop like lettuce) I'm thinking all that should be doable in April
current weight: 171.0
Fitness Minutes: (49,502) Posts: 10,863 3/19/13 4:18 P
Good challenge, Jackie! So...you're in So Cal. I'm in TX so winters are not quite so severe here as in other places. I carried a small storage box of sweaters upstairs today....I was sorry to see that I never even wore one of them. We had a very warm winter...but I could have probably worn a couple of them if I'd planned it out right.
Paula -- Waco, TX area
current weight: 4.0 over
Fitness Minutes: (49,502) Posts: 10,863 3/18/13 3:54 P
Spring is almost here - officially. So take the time to "spring up" your home to the extent it makes sense.
For example: can you swap out your heavier linens for lighter ones? Can you bring some cut flowers or greenery from you garden into your home? Is it time to put away your heaviest outerwear?
You get the idea. Again, do what makes sense for your area. I am in Southern California and I am watching my roses bud after their winter pruning. I am now wearing my jackets instead of overcoats. And, I was able to open a few windows and get some not too chilly breezes.
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