Spring Is Almost Here

Taken by author at a local park while flying kites with the kids. 🥰

Japanese has a nice yojijukugo phrase for this: sankan shion (三寒四温) which means “three days cold, four days warm”. This just expresses the common experience where the early Spring weather flip-flops back and forth between cold, cloudy days and sunny ones until the cold days get fewer and fewer.

Or if you live in the Pacific Northwest:

At any rate, nice to see the days getting longer, and (slightly) warmer.

Published by Doug

🎵Toss a coin to your Buddhist-Philhellenic-D&D-playing-Japanese-studying-dad-joke-telling-Trekker, O Valley of Plentyyy!🎵He/him

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