Friday, March 11, 2022

#SOL22 March Musings Day 11: The Nature of March

If you are one of the many who are growing tired of the push-pull of Mother Nature in March, then, hold on because there is a late-winter storm brewing. March is always the iffy month, weather-wise. Today, in Northern Virginia, we had mid-60 degree weather and sunshine. Tomorrow, the temperature dips The following quote may explain a little more. 
In March winter is holding back and spring is pulling forward. Something holds and something pulls inside of us too." - Jean Hersey

Are you feeling the push and pull? If so:

I am in the process of organizing the offerings of image poems and nature photography for my online Winter's Embrace Gallery of Artistic Expressions. You are invited to add your digital work to the gallery. 

Disregard the deadline date above.

Thank you Two Writing Teachers for this daily meeting place to connect with a community of reflective writers.


  1. We had another layer of snow and a cold day at the beginning of the week. For the rest of the week the daily warmth and night cold alternate. I wish I had some photos to offer to your gallery but I didn't take much of them this winter.

    1. Terje, the snow started falling gently this morning. One hour later, I heard a loud howl and the wind started kicking up in a horizontal fashion. Ice is on my windows and the woods across the street hold secret conversations. The storm begins.

  2. Carol, I like to think of March in PA as having yo-yo weather - 60 degrees one day and 30 degrees the next. Bright sunshine one day and snow covered lawns the next. Let's get to April already.

    1. Yo Yo weather is a great thought for this year's March. The storm begins here this morning.