What is it about the month of May?
Suddenly EVERYTHING seems to be happening at the same time and demanding attention – yard work, family events, and a score of distracting activities that are infinitely more entertaining than chores around the house.
Add to the whole frantic mess a Canadian spring that just doesn’t seem to understand the expected weather rules.
It’s been a very wet spring and flooding continues to be a problem. I reported earlier this month about high water levels and in some areas, like along Lake Ontario, the water continues to rise.
It hasn’t all been rainy and gray cloudy skies though. It just feels that way.
I’ve had plenty of opportunity to get outdoors, go cycling, and explore the Trans-Canada Trail. There have been many interesting sights along the way … all it showing that spring can be really beautiful.
Just a reminder, it’s our birthday this year and we’re having a party.
… and has been my practice each month this year, I’m ending with a photo of Theo, for no particular reason other than he’s my fur-baby.
Changing Seasons is a monthly photo feature hosted by Max at Cardinal Guzman.