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Sunday, March 11, 2012

" Spring has come..." 'Judith Whitehead' (Inspiration Monday)

Judith Whitehead is back guest-blogging on this awesome Inspirational Monday . Everything is relative, the weather has been unseasonably warm in Buffalo, N.Y.
Although many of us reading this from warm water climates would consider 60 to be cold, Judith and her friend's feel blessed for an early spring has sprung. Judith   lives in Amherst N.Y. and has worked in the medical profession for over 30 years.

Spring time has reached New York!

It’s amazing what a little warm weather can bring to the day; today it reached the high 60’s in temperatures today in Western New York.  I know people all over the country especially on the west coast wake up in the morning and say to themselves,   “it’s another great day outside”, but in New York to be able to walk outside without a coat on is an uplifting experience.  It’s a shot in the arm, an experience that puts an extra spring in ones step and no matter how bad the work day is, the stress melts away when the sun is shining and the air smells fresh.    
Maybe Buffalo gets a bad rep during the winter months but I know WE  know how to appreciate good weather more than many other parts of the country;  when the temps reach the 60’s it’s a topic of every conversation above all others.
Here’s hoping Spring is here to stay…  ;)
Editor's note, Dakinetalk guest bloggers do not necessarily represent the opinions of dakinetalk. Guest bloggers are given space to express their beliefs and or opinions. We feel there are many roads and like to give people space to express their thoughts,after-all that's what dakine is...Aloha, James "Kimo" Rosen, Publisher.


KimoRosen said...

Ironically the last 10 days on Kauai have brought the worse flooding in over a decade, hail storms, road closures, sinkholes, mudslides, traffic jams and weather in the low 60's. Spring has anything but come to Kaua'i, the tourists are very upset because everyone figures Hawaii is always nice, not really, that's just what the brochures tell you...

Anonymous said...

Judith Whitehead said via facebook;"During our only trip to hawaii that year were record high winds that week aS WELL.."

Anonymous said...

Douglas Dunn said via facebook;"Nope, no climate change going on.
No extremes of weather.
No unusual weather patterns at all.

The Big Oil Bullies are right; the scientists are clueless.
Nothing to see here, folks."

KimoRosen said...

ironically 72 and raining and bundled up in a sweatshirt , Jacket and socks, I never wear socks. It's hard to believe I lived in Alaska for 20 years. Actually Hawaii has terrible weather, it's all just p.r. to get visitors and their money! :D)