The above image was taken outside my window.
Well two weeks ago in the greater De Pere area we got over two feet of snow. The largest snowfall for April and largest snowstorm to hit the city in 130 years. Not too long afterward we started getting Spring-like temperatures in the upper 50s and 60s. The Saturday of the snowstorm I went to the Annual Girl Scout Leadership Conference. I was to have two tea parties and teach the ladies some etiquette. My first class was supposed to be full, actually overfull and the other class a smaller one. I was supposed to have 21 and 7 in each class. My personal cap was 20, but I was fine with 21. Well, this was in midst of the storm of the century (literally), so I believe I ended up with only 8 people attending.
What can you do? Not much. Sometimes the second worst snowfall recorded in De Pere happens mid-April. The irony of the situation is in the midst of the storm I noticed two years prior I was collecting ramps and had declared ramp season. Below is a picture of a cardboard box with a saucer with raisins and sesame seeds with a robin I made for the poor robins. Many robins I heard died in this freakish blizzard. I did not see dead robins, just heard from friends there were some robin deaths. Hardly any snow left on the ground today, just some of the huge piles of snow or areas in the shade. Last weekend it was so warm you could wear shorts, which was kinda funny because there were still huge piles of snow around.