Are you ready for March to go out like a lamb, and what does that mean to you?
When I was just a kid, I thought the expression was “March comes in like a lamb and goes out like a lion.” I always thought that was backwards. In the South, Winter season and even Spring storms seem calm before Summer brings hurricane season. But March begins more like a lion than a lamb.
In the North, March usually comes in as a lion. This year it was a lion in most parts of the United States, including Dallas. March followed a month or two of snowfall after snowfall, ice in the streets, difficulty getting to and from work, cleaning and clearing streets.
It is hard enough to walk on icy sidewalks, but MS makes it practically impossible.
Lamb-like weather will soon be here. In Texas, Spring weather lasts only four to six weeks, and it is the perfect time to be outside. Those few weeks are the precursor to scorching hot summers so I am wary.
So the Question of the Week is: Are you ready for March to go out like a lamb, and what does that mean to you?
Published On: March 08, 2011