How windy is it? It’s so windy I saw a sheep chasing a lion?
JJ. you know how literal we are!
“March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb”, I believe?
Yup! So shouldn’t the lamb be chasing the lion?
I think the role reversal is Jimmy’s comment on this crazy spring…. flowers blooming too early and snow unseasonably late.
The lion ate the lamb back in February.
Came in like a lion, went out like a lion….and I found some bloody tuffs of wool in between….
A lot of wool in Boston, especially on Mane Street.
Would have been more appropriate to have been tomorrow’s strip.
is that Robin or Janis???
Beware the Ides of March, the lion too…
We’ve had our “lion” moment this weekend, too. Got down into the 60’s! (I know, I know.)
As our local weatherman posted on Facebook at the beginning of the month, “March, you’re not acting like a lion or a lamb. You’re just being a jerk!”
Coming soon to CIDU because somebody won’t get it.
“April Blizzards bring May . . . ?
Here in western Ohio we’re sunny with highs in the upper 50’s. Thursday: 70 and a thunderstorm.
Nope, I don’t see any way to interpret this as a lamb chasing a lion. The scared lamb comes first, followed by the angry lion. March is going out like a lamb, but only because the lion is chasing it!