Friday, March 09, 2007

in Just -- spring

My world is not quite mud-luscious and puddle-wonderful yet, but buds are starting to appear on trees, daffodils are poking out of the ground, and robins are flitting about. It's one of my favorite times of the year. You can practically smell Spring.



And I'm off to Michigan -- land of icicles, axe-murderers, and bacon-flavored bedspreads -- for five days.

It must be love.

11 comments:

Flannery Alden said...

Safe journey, Megan. Don't worry about us midwesterners; we're not as scary as you think. At least not outwardly so.

Nisha said...

Have a blast! Stay warm! Enjoy yourself... Neesh

Phil said...

welcome to our world. Have a great trip.

RandyLuvsPaiste said...

Doesn't Virginia need architects and fish carvers? Tell Some Guy to move his ass (and his Assman) to you.

Grant Miller said...

What's in Michigan?

Big Orange said...

that's my most favoritist poem... it's so wonderful.

...course, spring has BEEN HERE for a few weeks in the Sunshine State... And I'm sure there's 15" of snow are on the ground in Michigan...

Dale said...

Can you put bacon through a wood chipper? Have capital F fun!

Dave said...

hope you get lucky.

Charm School Reject said...

Well, I'm not sure about Michigan but Chicago has been pretty nice this week, upper fifties, a little rainy. Of course, this weekend we're back down to the 30's!! But its part of the charm of living here I guess! (PS: Chicago and Michigan weather is usually the same)

Flannery Alden said...

Ok, Megan. Where's the dish?

wonderturtle said...

Yay for love that sends you willingly into the bacon! ;)