February 8th – Spring Update

My update today will no doubt be one of favourites to do as it the subject is such a joy to me. On March of 2020, I put together a collection of my favourite spring photos to celebrate the kickoff of my favourite season.


This post was written on the last day that I was gainfully employed. Much has changed in the past two years, much has changed for the better, and one of the best changes has been the amount of time that I now have to enjoy and appreciate SPRING.

For my update to this post, I add photos of some of the special springtime moments that I have had the privilege of enjoying over the past couple of years.

Spring Cleaning
Out in the sunshine with Kat
April showers bring May flowers 🌸
Grandpa’s Bleeding Heart
A new bath for our feathered friends 🐦
Spring seedlings 🌿
Walking the paths in Patricia Park 🚶

All heartwarming memories of warm spring days. I am so fortunate that events conspired to move up my retirement plans. I love all of the opportunities that retirement has brought – but I particularly appreciate these days with yet another spring on the horizon. 🌞

That is it for today. Take care and have a great day!


20 thoughts on “February 8th – Spring Update

  1. I had to smile when I came to your blog, I had just put out a new post and reading yours I see we posted about some of the same subjects without knowing it. I love your spring photos; you know that I am ready for spring. I am anxious to get started on making my yard look nice, and I want to see some beautiful flowers. Your flowers are beautiful and so is Kat. Thank you, Anne for sharing your photos of spring.

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  2. Thank you! When we lived up north of here, we always had one massive blizzard on the long weekend in May and then it was spring. I am surprised spring is so late in New Hampshire. 🤔


  3. I must say, it sounds like you’ve been quite productive in retirement with all the spring cleaning and gardening. I love how the landscape just seems to change overnight in the spring. One day it’s brown and barren and the next you’ll start to see buds on the trees and grass on the ground.

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  4. I really noticed it one year. We left for my mother’s funeral (in April of 2013) and we had tons of snow! Came back three days later and there was nothing! Not enough puddles of water. It was the weirdest thing.

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