The leaves are trying to come out, here, but have only achieved about one-quarter size after 10 days. And they're yellowish.
No sun: it's cloudy with highs in the upper 40s to around 50, and did I mention no sun? The grass would like to green up, too, but ... nothing yet. We've had snow on the mountainside above the shoulder where we live, twice this month including last week.
People have passed the "twitchy" stage from the lack of sunlight, and are now nearly zombified. It's hard to feel like doing spring cleanup in the yard when it rains every other day. Everyone we know reports feeling listless and groggy. Ambition has fled, and only inertia remains.
The temp has only reached 60 once thus far; it was on a Tuesday in April.
It's very difficult to feel like doing anything much. We haven't even sat on the deck yet, which is one of favorite things. Sorta takes the fun out of it to have to use jackets and a space heater.
And before I get the inevitable response of "What do you expect? You live in Alaska!", I should point out that it's cooler than normal ... even for us.