April began with daffodils: great, everything under control.
On 4th April it snowed in the night and all day afterwards and my dianthus got covered. It was wet snow and nothing froze, only my opinion of Spring froze.
And from the beginning of April until now the local supermarket are offering free samples of crickets to eat as a snack whilst walking around the store. They were dead and dry and quite tasteless.
I saw the first cows outside on the meadow after spending Winter in the barn.
The Japanese cherry trees unfolded their flowers.
The storks began nesting and No. 1 baby had already left the egg.
The magnolia trees were in flower.
My first insect arrived one evening in the kitchen, a crane fly.
The first buds arrived on my apple tree.
And the pigeons noticed there was love in the air.
Yes, April is here.