April Blizzards Bring May Lizards

Sayings, wives-tales, wise-tales? This just has me cracking up. I’ve heard of, “April showers bring May flowers,” but this Lizard one is too much! In the Midwest-States, I’ve heard some great ones. Most recently was, “The snow falls on a Robin’s tail three times.”–Like Winter is not over until that happens. People are counting. Seriously. And for the record; this past weekend’s snow was the third (and hopefully the last) snow of “Winter”.


Meanwhile, my family down south is overheating and feeding the squirrel ice water to cool her off. My dad said, “The moon in June means July will be dry.”–Not sure about that one. (Remember the squirrel my sister rescued? She’s still doing well)–“You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink”. Another Southerner saying, “If it was a snake it would have bit me”.

Für den deutschen Geist schmelzen: “A penny saved from hard work is a penny saved for a day you don’t work.”

(Ostpreußisch: “Grosz do grosza, a będzie kokosza.”–“A penny saved is a penny earned.”)

Or a personal favorite of mine, “Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.”

What are some old sayings you guys have?


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13 thoughts on “April Blizzards Bring May Lizards”

  1. I like how you made the title with the rhyming words in it. However, the ideas in your posts are like collage pieces poorly patched up — incoherent.

  2. It really boils now to the old sayings we believe in, for me, I love logical ones like Be good to people you meet on your way up because you might need their help on your way down.

  3. Love the rhyming sound there! Anyway, I hate blizzards, but I love lizards 🙂 HAHAHA Hope I do good on that one.

  4. My mother always said that “the early bird catches the worm”… still it was never enough to get me to sleep and wake up early xD I had never heard of this one with lizards either!

  5. Haven’t heard about April Blizzards Bring May Lizards before until I read this post. I find the sayings here interesting. Had fun reading your post 🙂

  6. Some of my favorites are the following. “Better late than never.” “Birds of the same feather flock together.”

  7. I have so many old tales in my location that are funny and weird at the same time but the one I love most is take in an umbrella with water on it to avoid ghosts anger.

  8. I think my favorite saying is “out of sight out of mind” those there are some good sayings as well 🙂

  9. i dont know to many saying other then what was already say. april showers brings may flowers, close but no cigar, i think my favorite is karma. what goes around comes around

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