good riddance SOLC20 #18

We used the last bit of this soap today and I am happy to throw it away.

The scent was rich and full, and lingered for a bit after washing your hands.

The bottle was attractive with a nice design, as you can see.

It was a gift from our sweet daughter-in-law, and I remembered her thoughtfulness when I used it.

So why am I glad to get rid of it?  It is called Winter, and I am ready for all things winter to be gone.  And although there will be highs and lows, those cold days mixed with warm ones ahead, the transition to spring is in full swing!  And I am ready.

Perfect timing with using up the soap. Spring starts officially late tomorrow night. The earliest arrival of Spring since the 1800’s, due to leap year and other mysterious earth-turning factors. But I say, none too soon.

And to winter – wet, gloomy, and especially discouraging this year – I say, “good riddance!”

5 thoughts on “good riddance SOLC20 #18

  1. terierrol says:

    I am also ready to say goodbye to winter. I can’t wait to pack up these cold weather boots, hats and sweaters. I hope you can find some “spring” soap!

  2. JudyK /J Koval says:

    I can relate to your sentiment. Even though our winter here in Ohio was milder than usual, it was still as gray and gloomy as ever, and everyone I know can’t wait for spring! 🙂 ~JudyK

  3. The structure and form of this poem is a nice way to hook the reader.

  4. I am so with you on that one. Nice lookin bottle, though.

  5. Ameliasb says:

    I’m gonna wash that season right outta my hair…..

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