February is purple fingers and toes, but red hearts, red roses and cherry cheesecake.
March is melty, windy, brighter, and (here in Illinois), actually the beginning of spring!
April is delicate blossoms, daffodils, misty leaf buds and Easter eggs.
July is hot and wonderful; zinnias take off in abundance, slightly out of control. Fireworks, watermelon and home improvement projects.
August is beach vacations, sea shells and fresh peaches. Yes.
September is apples, school buses, new crayons.
October is pumpkins, miles of razed corn fields, blazing treetops, and marching band.
November is fallen brown leaves, turkeys, and warm kitchens with their lights turned on.
December is secrets, snowflakes, peppermint, chocolate, Christmas trees and holly, twinkly lights.
And then we go again.