I hope this little birdie enjoys the sunshine while she can. It was beautiful here today, but tomorrow we're supposed to get another 10 to 15 inches of snow. The snow has melted off the trees, but we still have several feet on the ground. All of our lakes up here are full to overflowing, which is so wonderful! Last Autumn they were down by 5 to 6 feet, and looking rather sad.
Hopefully, I'll be inspired soon to write about something besides the weather. If my mind were a sailboat, I'd say it's becalmed, wrapped in thick layers of fog, not a ripple to indicate any activity. This usually happens to me around this time of year, I don't know why. My grandmothers and mother would say I need a tonic, but right now I can't even remember what that tonic would be. I'll have to go have a look in the books they left me...as soon as I can persuade my body, which feels as sluggish as my mind, to move.
I wonder what Miss Birdie (one of the characters in Vicki Lane's excellent books; visit her blog, the link is on my sidebar) would recommend?