It’s a beautiful day in Amman, Jordan. The achingly beautiful sky holds nothing but the warm, bright sun. The temperature is a balmy 22 degrees Celsius (70F) and I hear the doves cooing out on the balcony as they check out possibilities for their new homes.
Buses are roaming the streets, disgorging happy, shrieking kids. More kids, without jackets, scarves, and hats are happily playing football in the street. Old ladies are puttering about in their gardens. All is right with the world!
We’ve been known to endure savagely cold weather, and even blizzards as late as April. But, just for today, I’m going to comfort myself with the idea that spring is preparing to knock on our door and bring another gloriously hot summer!
How are things in your neck of the woods?