True, pre Pesach Chamatz is in the air, but spring has not sprung.
Moreover, while temperatures should warm up to even somewhat warm levels over the next few days, they will plummet to more chilly levels at the end of the month and the beginning of April. The cold weather will probably bring some April showers as well.
It just ain't spring -- yet.
I used to ask my mother how she ever had kids, considering what I'd heard about having one (not the part after, but the part that starts it all off). She said that mothers must just forget -- otherwise, they'd never do it again.
I was thinking about this when the wife mentioned that she'd already been cleaning for Pesach, and she didn't know how she was going to finish on time. She's mentioned this a few times, even reviewing with me the difficulty associated with the job (and even more with certain parts of it) -- as if I would appreciate the ins and outs of cleaning for Pesach.
But to be honest, she really has forgotten -- and I bet that most wives forget too. Husbands do help clean for Pesach, and they probably do it every year -- and the wives forget that they did (every year).
Don't tell her, but tomorrow may just be a day she'll forget come next Pesach.