The blanketing warmth of the sun; it stands higher in the sky.
The much anticipated longer afternoons; I’ve been rejuvenated.
The melodious birdsong of the cardinals; they are serenading Spring.
Mr. Robin Red Breast has returned to my lawn; he searches for a meal.
Her labored swallowing and glowing nose; she’s getting sick.
The droppiness of her big, beautiful eyes; she needs to get some rest.
His nails glidding across the linoleum; he needs his nails clipped.
A clump of his hair after I just finished vacuuming; his spring molting has begun.
The snow has vanished; stubby, brave sprouts have popped through the frozen ground.
Rivers are breeching their brims; the Spring melt is on.
TV and radio shows are preempted; Baseball takes precedence.
The hats and jersey’s are donned; Opening Day is near.
What I have noticed, Spring is here!