Well, Spring has "officially" arrived, but Mother Nature can't seem to make up her mind, just yet.
Here, in Kansas, the highs have been in the low to mid 80's (one or two 90's), but also in the mid 50's.
For me, the extremes of both cold and hot weather, have an adverse affect on my body (and MS symptoms).
Allergy season (well, for me my allergies extent to 11 out of 12 months of the year) is beginning to ramp up with the flowers starting to bloom, etc., so headaches and lots of sneezing, go along with the program.
However, I enjoy (and desire) being outside, watching the birds (especially hummingbirds), tending my gardens (one hummingbird flower garden, and one vegetable garden, both 8ft by 16ft), walking my dogs, etc.
I have always enjoyed fishing, but have not even attempted it, since my accident, back in July 2009, and subsequent full onset of MS symptoms. This year, I feel better, though fatigue and my MS hug, get the best of me too quickly. I'm still going to attempt to go fishing, this year, as soon as it warms up (to be consistently in the 70's). I have a neighbor, in his 90's, and he still goes fishing, though age and his body, tire him easily too.
What should we be "on the look out for" and what steps can we take, that may help us, enjoy Spring, and all it has to offer?