My tulips loved the sunshine on Saturday (I just got a sunburn, but I'm not a tulip). Also, the three yellow-and-red tulips I shared earlier are now yellow and white. I swear, my white daffodils started out as yellow too. Odd business. (The tulip below is a solid-colored one elsewhere in the yard.)
They don't so much like the rain. It rained much of today, and when I got home, they were closed up tight, almost as if they were making faces. Funny tulips.
But the rain isn't all bad. Although I am having trouble identifying them since they are about 1 1/2 inches tall and vulnerable to their soil being overtaken by the many neighboring weeds, I think that my corn and squash that I planted outside in March are both sprouting - two or three sprouts of each visible so far, if I've identified them correctly. Even though I planted them way too early and they were beset by the frost and cold!
If I can grow summer vegetables despite planting them from seed a month early and before the last frost...no, it still doesn't have any implications for being able to bear children. But, maybe it indicates something about my life being fruitful in some way. I can hope.