RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge #29 Fret&Chill

January Winds

After a stupendous day yesterday with temperatures hovering around 70 degrees F., today a cold front blew into Pensacola, Florida with a vengeance.  I suppose it is payback for yesterday’s glorious temperatures.  Sugar and Spice, the Pomeranian sisters, have spring fever, and they are true Floridians now… they do not appreciate January’s winds blowing them around the yard.  In fact, Ron and I have spring fever too!

Many thanks to Ronovan Writes for hosting this excellent Haiku challenge.  Join in! Haiku is fun!

Thanks for stopping by for a visit today.  I always enjoy seeing all of you!

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19 thoughts on “RonovanWrites Weekly #Haiku #Poetry Prompt Challenge #29 Fret&Chill”

  1. May Springtime be with with you soon, Colleen.

    Springtime in the UK usually means some nice cool days where you can sit out in the garden and feel the sun on your face. However, we’ve had more white Easters that white Christmases, so Spring sometimes can also be a little cruel in the way she tricks us into thinking she has finally packed Winter off on her vacation. I think it’s more the case that Winter is just upstairs in her room.

    1. What a lovely description of winter and spring. Here, spring will appear late February, early March. I will post pictures of the Azaleas and other flowering bushes and trees. It is spectacular!

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