This morning, Joe and I decided that we’d head out to Duke’s Nasher Museum of Art, since there’s been a
It’s a gorgeous, warm, sunny day, and it seemed the perfect day for it, so we headed out early, raring to go. We got there, passing the budding daffodils all over the highway, and we both marveled that the forsythia at the Nasher is already starting to turn yellow. As we pulled up at the doors, though, there was a big sign with “CLOSED MONDAY” in bold letters. Best made plans. (Just goes to show you should always check online before heading out!)
So instead, we browsed through a favorite book store, walked along pretty streets, and headed back via Panera’s for a nice little lunch outdoors under a café umbrella.
Spring fever has hit us here in NC, for sure…the tulips in our yard are popping up, the tiny irises in cobalt blue and yellow are sending up foliage, even our azaleas and camellias are budding, and the daffodils are ready to bloom any time soon. In a month or so we'll see things in color all over here in NC.
"O wind, if winter comes, can spring be far behind?” (-Percy Bysshe Shelley)