Hiya, folks. This is Marine signing in. I am super excited today because it is supposed to be 60 degrees outside. Hoorah! As you can see, I am dressed for the occasion with my short skirt and sunhat.
So as Cassia mentioned, I will also be making guest posts on this blog. Not too many, since Mom would like me to mainly visit historical sites, and she is usually to busy to actually get to historical sites. However, I am happy she is giving me some time as a modern girl. I am glad that Mom likes me so much as a historical gal. I heard her complaining about some possible changes to the historical line lately, and I have been trying to comfort her. Not to mention that it is great that I am not too far from my story home. Now to head outside and enjoy the wonderful spring weather!
Ah, the sun is out. The sky is a clear blue. The grass is.....wait, huh?
The grass....the grass....is white?
How can there still be snow on the ground? It is 60F for Pete's sake! Oh, for crying out loud....
And even the sun is now hiding behind the clouds. Great, wonderful. I gotta love spring here in Western NY. I guess it is not as bad as it could be in Sackets Harbor in 1812, but still....is not global warming a thing? Grrr, I am going to complain to Cassia. I cannot believe it is already April and the snow has still not melted. How in the world has Cassia been so chipper all winter? I love the sun, and it has been such a long winter. Sigh.
Anyway, sorry about that folks. I was going to show you around the area, but no way am I walking in snow. Well, here's hoping the snow will be all gone soon. I think Mom wants to try to get up the Fort Niagara. Maybe she will take both of us along, if it is not too much trouble for her.