Have you heard the expression that March goes in like a lion, out like a lamb?
Have you ever thought about what that means?
Just look out the window and you might get an idea. The month of March is often a transition month, weather-wise. The beginning of the month is the tail-end of winter. It can be cold, snowy, and stormy–tough, like a lion. The end of the month is the beginning of spring. It can be sunny, warm, and peeking with flowers–gentle, like a lamb.
Can you think of other pairs that might describe the month of March?
Here are a few we came up with:
March comes in like oatmeal and goes out like souffle.
March comes in like gray and goes out like yellow.
March comes in like a dump truck and goes out like a bicycle.
Come take a look at our lion art and lamb art. We have lots and lots of other animals as well, so you can find your favorite or start a collection. You can even search for your favorite animal in the search box and see the whole menagerie of choices.