Spring is the theme on Romancing The Genres this month. Celebrating the change of seasons. Living in South Florida, we don’t really get dramatic season changes like you do up north. Our weather is mostly warm but comfortable (our winter), warmer, and then HOT from about May – November, with a nice touch of 90% humidity so it feels a little like a hot, wet blanket when you go outside. We don’t get pretty autumn leaves or snow, and no bursting forth with blooms in spring.
Well, that’s not exactly true. We do have this rather odd pattern that is kind of “fall, winter and spring” all packaged together over several weeks. The leaves die, fall off, and then the trees sprout again, accompanied by gorgeous blooms of all colors. Sometimes the process can happen in just a week. One day you drive by, notice the leaves look a little brown, and the next week tree is bare, and two days later it’s covered in blossoms. The blossoms only last for a couple of weeks and then it’s on the regular green leaves.
Now it's your turn. What is spring like where you live?
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