A Sunny Saturday

February in Nebraska means that if we have a nice day, get out and enjoy it because it won’t last. lol

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It is also a reminder that Spring is coming. Robins will return. Flowers will grow. Tree will wake up. Oh and my allergies will be back.

So I have plans to enjoy this sunny day. I will meet with a student from Bosnia and then with a student from Honduras. After that I will buy lunch for my student/friend from Bosnia for his birthday.

I will do the dreaded deed of going to a store because I want to make sure I have allergy medicine to be prepared. The trees could start waking up soon.

Then I will go to a park for a while to enjoy the sunshine. I will take a book with me, read, and pray. Being in the park praying helps me feel connected to Jesus. I want to enjoy this day because it is February in Nebraska which means in a few days it will be cold with winter weather again.

One question for my readers living where winter is a reality- What do you like to do when a rare warm sunny day comes in February?

One question for my readers who live in warm climates with no winter- Do you want to experience a harsh Nebraska winter with freezing temperatures and snow? πŸ™‚

Have a blessed day all. I will go enjoy the sun now. πŸ™‚

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

72 thoughts on “A Sunny Saturday

  1. I remember those bitter Midwest winters very well. Living in Illinois, we didn’t see the sun for 3 months either. I loved playing ice hockey on the Fox River though and the frozen over basketball courts that the city did. They even put up nets for us to play and benches on the side to sit on. It’s been nice here. It was 50゚and sunny yesterday and supposed to be 50゚ again today. So glad spring is almost here! Sounds like you will have a fun day! God bless!

  2. I hope today’s sun and time with friends brought joy and happiness to your soul my friend. I live in the Midwest and we do get our share of cold, wintery days. When I was a kid and it warmed up, I would immediately head outside to soak up that fresh air. Now, if the roads are clear and it’s above 40 I will make sure my dog gets a walk outside. πŸ™‚

  3. As always your post made me smile. ☺ The trees could start waking up, indeed. Thanks for the reminder that I’m not alone. There are still like minded and dearly appreciated people always around me. I’m thankful and glad.

  4. Another allergy person here, though I also have some indoor issues as well, so I pretty much have to take meds year-round. Sigh. Such is life, though! πŸ™‚ Kansas is much the same on temperature flucuation, being that we’re next door neighbors! I really wouldn’t mind not having the cold weather, though, frankly. On these warm days, I *try* to get outside for a walk if my joints aren’t protesting too much. The sun feels really good. πŸ™‚

  5. I had a friend from Honduras years ago. She’s the reason I named my lizard Cocoa. We actually had snow yesterday so got to go to work later. I have had the best of both worlds in the places I’ve lived. I prefer no snow.

      1. I see you found my messages. I wondered what was going on lol. Snow is no fun, especially when you have to drive in it. 😊

  6. I live in a state that has snowy months and gets very cold. Today was a warm, sunny day. I was so excited! No snow, no slush, no salt on the roads. It was a good day for driving.

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