Queen for a Day…

Come to Me!

In struts Ms. Spring.

Queen for a day.

And then it’s back to business as usual.

We’ll take what we can get.

And what we’re getting today in my neck of Canadaland is 50 Fahren with mostly sunshine.

Tomorrow? That’s a differently matter altogether. A bird of another feather. An alternate sitch.

It’ll be back to winter basics.

Do I care?

I do not.

For today I will revel in the first day of spring. I will embrace my 50 Fahren with every fiber of my being… and the additional fiber I’m having for breakfast.

Bye-bye, so long, farewell.

See you back in winter tomorrow.

The end.


Note: Image taken at Major’s Hill Park, situated above the Rideau Canal where it meets the Ottawa River. 2016

10 thoughts on “Queen for a Day…

      • Elen, the extent of my foreign travel is Canada (I’m so boring). Had customers/prospects around Toronto, Belleville (loved staying at what I believe was the Ramada Inn…was it the Ramada, on the water…nice restaurant), Bracebridge (beautiful up that way…the Inn At The Falls…excellent Grand Marnière…aren’t they always), around London. And when I would attend sales mtgs in Detroit, I’d always go the Canadian route up to a fav bridge, the Blue Water Bridge. I loved traveling into Canada and it so sophisticated and classy with all the ‘ballet’ shows…my, my, my🙀😂

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          • Would love to go east. My daughter accompanied me on business to Bombardier in Quebec Provence (she spoke French, me, un peu, so it was fun. We saw a moose in Algonquin Park. I doubt I’ll get to see them but when you write about it, then ‘I’ve been there’…😁

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