Friday, March 1, 2013

Do You Know The Answer?

It's cold and dreary,

gray and cold.

There's no wind, but it's cold.

There's a  spattering of snow,

and it's cold.

It's wet and drizzly and

yep, you guessed it...


Did March come in like a lamb,

or lion?

So here is what I question?

How did March march in, in...

(that's a weird phrase)

...your neck of the woods?

How did March march in, in your neck of the woods?

I wonder if that  previous sentence is a real sentence? 

Or for that matter, are any of these sentences real?

 I should ask an English teacher.

Bye now, I am off to ponder more pressing questions.



Mom Going said...

Rachel, the sun is shining down here in the South and the temperature is in the 40s. Your March day does sound COLD.

Love you,

Salmagundi said...

It came in like a lamb this a.m. here in Colorado. It's beautiful out with no wind! Sally

Judy said...

March came in like a tame lion, with snow flurries but not too too bad.

Donnie said...

That is funny! So, if you have a tame lion and a lamb that is out of control. How would March come in and go out? Just wondering.