It's starting to warm up and it feels like spring may be close. Next week we're suppose to have several days up around 4C (40F) so the remaining snow should be gone. I took a few pictures just to show you what it looks like this time of year in London. We're getting a lot of sun which is a welcome change from the dreary winter.
Over the last few days the snow has started to melt. Seeing grass again really puts a smile on my face and the cloudless sky doesn't hurt either.
Here you can see the Canada Geese taking advantage of the newly exposed grass. I don't know if they still migrate from further north, but here the majority just stay around all winter. You see some flocks in the fall but there don't seem to be any less geese on the ground. They've started to spend more time in pairs, getting ready for spring nesting.
Spring Salad! This really has nothing to do with anything but I made this salad for lunch today and it was really good. It has spinach, iceberg lettuce, broccoli, apple, celery, cherry tomatoes, spanish onion, cheddar cheese, ranch dressing, a dash or parmesan cheese, and some dried cranberries. Yum! I've never put dried cranberries in a salad before and highly recommend it.