Two weeks ago, on May 9, it snowed in Maine. Here is the picture to prove it.
Today, in the shade, the temperature was over 80° Fahrenheit, probably 85° in the sun. What a difference two weeks can make in Maine.
This afternoon, I was going to divide and move some hostas but it seemed too hot to do this, both for me and the plants. I will go out tomorrow morning and tackle those hostas. (Frances Williams, one of the hostas, is a formidable plant to divide, especially now that I have arthritis in my hands, knees, and feet.)
In truth, the whole week has been warm but not too warm to take a picture of this cardinal,
and this little red squirrel peeking out.
And finally a couple of not too bad pictures of a hummingbird.
Again, I will keep trying to get better pictures.