As a rejoinder to “See ya”, the title phrase is a regional euphemism used largely today in an attempt to be cute or friendly or humorous. I am sure there are areas of the United States where it is still in general use. God knows who lives back in the Smokies and the wilds of Western New Jersey (Yeah, there are. . .) But being raised a big city girl, I never heard it until I dated a person who had been raised rural and traveled many parts of the world. He used it to be cute, I am sure. I married him.
Anyway, today, as we near the Vernal Equinox, the temperature hovers around 47 degrees Fahrenheit, (she adds this coyly, knowing the world-wide breadth of her blog audience) the ground is still covered with several inches of snow, and it has been raining lightly for about 24 hours. My little creek is already over its banks. This should be interesting. The carp flopping around under the play gym was a memorable sight.