Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Happy Equinox

Happy Equinox. Spring is officially here.





 Fall is in the air down under.
Making the switch once again.
If only I could chase an Endless Summer.





13 comments:

mistress maddie said...

Happy Spring indeed. We're slated to get another storm today into Thursday morning...with rain snow and sleet....possible 18". That's like having a threesome!!!!

Xersex said...

you're already thinking to Summer!!

AOM SoulFood said...

Happy Vernal Equinox, bro! What a beautiful celebration! I can feel it in my soul - Spring is here! Wishing you and yours all the very best. Warm weather and outdoor nakedness is on the way! Hugs, Licks, and Strokes, AOM

SickoRicko said...

Happy Spring!

Patrick said...

"If Spring is here can Summer be far away"? Trust the warmer weather will stay with you! Lots of rain forecast for us, after very bad fires in two States - lots of homes/farms destroyed. Nature can be so cruel!

A French Patrick said...

Happy spring equinox, which symbolize growth and renewal.
Actually, the modern concept of debauchery defines its origins as the pagan spring equinox of antiquity.
The calendar is a great invention, without it, it is certainly not by looking through my window that I would have known that it's spring.
All the less that this year spring is the 20th of March instead of the 21th of March.

Love, hugs and bisous, my darlings Jean and Pat.

A French Patrick said...

Postscript.
Having been bitten by a fox, Christopher is going to start a round of rabies vaccinations. Its not funny, but Rabie is an Arabic first name which means spring.
Bisous.

A French Patrick said...


Tomorrow, April 22nd, cremation of the other grandfather of my grandsons, the father of their mother. He was a selfish, thankless, unfair, nasty man, in bad faith, brutal, violent, aggressive whom we cannot regret. Excepted his wife, whom he martyred during all his life. The only one who really regrets him. It's a chore, but I cannot escape it. Therefore if I shall be M.I.O. you'll know why.

Love, hugs and bisous.

Jean WM said...

Wow, bitten by a fox! Spring happened here about six weeks ago, all the flowers bloomed, and then the nor’easter’s started. Snow again today.

Now 'tis spring, and weeds are shallow-rooted; Suffer them now and they'll o'ergrow the garden.

William Shakespeare

Hugs and bisous!

Anonymous said...

Pat, As a prostate cancer survivor I would like for you to post this on your site sometime. Thanks. The video says for guys over 50 but it never hurts to start earlier for a DRE to have a baseline. Here is the link
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=us0uKmfiGDg

Gabriel said...

Happy Spring! Warmer weather means more time spent naked! :-)

whkattk said...

@ MFP - OMG! We hope the treatment is not as painful as it used to be. Hugs and bisous!

whkattk said...

@ Anon - I'll use it. Thank you!