Spring in Colorado

So it was 60° two days ago (~15° C). Yesterday it snowed about 10 inches of lovely very-wet snow, and today it was sunny and bright and melty and tomorrow it's supposed to be back up about 60. By Wednesday we're supposed to get more snow again. It is a little crazy.

Empty Bowls was good. My bowl was in the auction, paired with 10 stems of tulips. *grins* It was nearly at the "buy it now" price, so John bought it because he liked the butterfly. And this was just half an hour in, and the lady that usually buys my bowls hadn't even seen it, yet. It was oddly good to get it, as I have never gotten my own bowl at these things.

The soups, bread, and ice cream made a wonderful lunch.

Jet and I played for a while in the afternoon, and then he got friends to come over and play with them until John had dinner ready. He also rubbed a whole rack of spare ribs, so we'll likely smoke them tomorrow, when it's warm again. *laughs* So a good, full weekend...
Odd auction
It's strange that they still allow the Buy it Now price after there's been a bid. That's capping their potential revenue unnecessarily. Although good for John to get it.

How convenient to alternate hot and cold days so you can enjoy back-to-back backyard BBQ and snowball fights! I hope the poor plants are not too confused.
Re: Odd auction
It is pretty strange... *sighs*

Luckily I only put out the plants, so far, that *like* the snow and ice and stuff between bursts of sunshine! Yay for planning!
That does sound like a good, full weekend ^_^

But what crazy weather! And here we were, complaining about rain and the temperatures dropping a little yesterday...
It is a rollercoaster.

Colorado seems to be all summer or all winter, and spring and fall is just when we flip between the two faster and faster until one or the other wins... *laughs*