Mad March Square

It’s impossible not to be dragged into one of Becky’s challenges, isn’t it, no matter how gloomy you may be feeling?  I only wish I had a Mad March Hare, though I probably shouldn’t have said that.  Someone’s sure to come up with one.

Go on!  Take part!  It only takes a few minutes to find a March Square.


  1. Well one can’t help but smile at that. Any rabbit or hare in our neck of the woods would be hard pressed to dig out of a snowbank. Two to three times the amount of snowfall this year so some lovely yellow brightens the day a great deal. Hope you are doing well! Xo

  2. LOL, I swear when I first saw the photo it kind of painted from top to bottom on my screen and I thought it was going to be the back of a toilet. Maybe that’s an idea worth selling 😀😀. In any case you brought a big smile to my day with this one Jo!

  3. I’ve seen how glum you’re feeling on several peoples posts, hope your photo cheered you up as much as it did me. Actually Friday tomorrow works for me. Do you know when you’re going back next yet? x 🙂 x

    1. I’m a proper misery sometimes, aren’t I? 🙂 🙂 Just all felt a bit flat, but I’m getting myself back in motion. No real planning done yet, Gilly. Balls all up in the air. Ooops- sounds jolly uncomfortable! You have to laugh 🙂

      1. Nah you can’t stay in the doldrums for long, I can’t either. What about making yourself a plan for something different at the weekend? x 🙂 x

      2. People like you and Brian keep cheering me up by leaving nice comments. 🙂 I have semi-plans but am waiting to hear from James. Lauren is going to Doncaster to see her Mum on Sunday so we’re a bit up in the air. Probably lunch with a friend on Saturday- Mick will be ‘at the match’, and he’s quite busy workwise. No gallivanting planned but I do want to think about the Azores (and just possibly Poland 🙂 ) I should email but I’m a bit lacking in oomph just now.

      3. Ahh, I looked at the Azores but couldn’t make it work. In my office you have to get in quick booking leave or the best dates are gone. So I booked a few days in June, a week late July to August and two in September. Luckily Warsaw fits in, but the Azores is too expensive and messy. It needs two weeks really and we don’t like leaving the dogs that long. September might be Portugal or Croatia, and I still have another three weeks!

      4. Azores is my present to myself for my 70th. It may be cheaper/easier from Portugal but I haven’t got to grips with it yet. 🙂 Happy Friday!

  4. Oh the joys of spring’s winter weather. But I’m happy that it encouraged you to brighten our day with this wonderful smile, Jo.
    Happy coffee and biscuit preparation – I’m off to make my own and settle down to Becky’s pick of squares.

      1. Yeah!! 😀 I’d be up for that. I needed a chuckle too. I hope you’re okay? What’s it like being back in the UK? I’ve got butterflies as it’s my first ever school talk as an author today! hugs xxx

      2. Oooh, hope it goes well! You’ll be great 🙂 🙂 Good luck! Bit miserable over the death of a friend from long ago and the greyness outside but it was a Spring day yesterday. There’s more to life than weather, isn’t there? 🙂

      3. There definitely is much much more to life than weather…so sorry about your friend, grief and sorrow does not have a time limit and can sweep over at any stage. warmest hugs xxx❤️

      1. Not a bad idea. He does have a few jobs to keep him busy, and I just started yoga classes over there. Be nice to have some continuity. 🙂 🙂 I’d like to see the youngsters before I go though. And my feet still haven’t recovered from the dancing. 🙂

      2. You need to get the house ready for sale and get that sorted. Declutter. Start packing. Or get rid of it all and start afresh.

      3. No. Don’t eat the tulips! Anyway, it’s not MD until Sunday. You going to Leeds then and letting the young gun cook you dinner?

      4. The jury’s out on that one. Lauren is going to Doncaster to see her Mum and he’s not sure if he’s going with. Sorry- already eaten half the nuts. Cranberries too! Healthy 🙂 I thought you were going out? Sun’s out here and Mick has a job in Durham but I’m not sure I’m going.

      5. Just had a walk down the lane to look at the views. A very cold wind blowing, but lovely and sunny and bright. I feel as though I am on holiday 😀

      6. Living in Cornwall, you are! Just back myself. Went to the post office, a half hour walk away, to send Lisa a haircomb from Jerez. The crocuses and snowdrops were twinkling away 🙂 🙂 Are you doing Scillies this year?

      7. Hope to visit the Scillies, but nothing booked so far. It’s quite expensive to get there though, and I can’t decide between a day trip or a longer stay.

  5. oh I love this!! And it is here in Olhao, even better 😀 You are a clever thing . . . . .now waiting to see if anyone finds a hare!

    1. They’re bound to, don’t you think? 🙂 🙂 I was going to share some fabulous Santa Luzia tiles but they’ll keep. There’s a lot of March! 🙂

      1. Very long month! You should see my scheduling list . . . .and I’ve already been going back and changing some of them. No hares yet from me, so hope you are right 🙂

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