365 Day Blog Post Challenge 2019
171. Describe a perfect spring day and activities on that day
Although we are still a few days before it is officially spring, I am going to have to say that today was probably what I would describe as a perfect spring day for me.
Being a spoiled California gal, I am used to some pretty typical weather conditions. That would be blue skies and mild temperatures. Although we do get a few really cold days (really cold in California terms) and a handful of really hot days, the majority of our days are average temperatures. 70 degrees is a pretty standard temperature around here. It seems that this year we have had a large influx of wet weather. This is good in some degree since California has been going through a drought for several years, but at the same time, there have been whole weeks that have just been rainy and overcast. It has been a while since we have seen a full day of sun.
Today was that day and it was amazing. I was very grateful to get out and absorbing some of that vitamin D. Although, I did end up coming home with my arms completely burnt. It’s been so long since the sun has been out that I completely forgot to put some sunblock in my purse. I have extremely fair skin so it does not take much for me to burn.
My perfect spring day consisted of spending the day at the little league park watching my adorable Grandson playing T-Ball. T-Ball in itself is just so fun to watch because the kids are all so little and are not yet old enough to be fully into the game. So you get to watch the majority of them picking grass in the outfield or talking to each other while they stand on bases. It is probably one of the cutest things I’ve seen in a long time.
The sun was out and shining, but yet it was not overly hot, which is perfect (I’m not a fan of the heat). My favorite season is spring because I love when there is sunshine with a nice cool breeze.
I also love how the hills are so green and pretty this time of the year. It won’t be long before these same hills are fully brown. Another reason to enjoy ever second of spring while I can.