Thursday, March 1, 2012

March Comes In Like Lion Out Like Lamb Saying

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The saying is, "March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb."

What this old proverb is basically saying is that March will most likely begin with cold, nasty weather, and finish with weather that's more mild, more pleasant, and more lamb-like. 

You see, March looks like a winter month in its early stages, but down the home stretch, March is a month of great tanning and outdoor enjoyment opportunity. 

"What's that lion lamb saying about March?"

Of course, this saying will not apply to those residing in countries close to the equator, either Pole, and any other place that doesn't experience varied seasons. For this group, allow me to create a more appropriate March proverb:

(couldn't think of anything)

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