Monthly Archives: March 2015

Seventh Annual Day of Insects–A Huge Success

If I was to rank all of the events I go to every year, the one that gives me the most pleasure is not a concert, not any kind of athletic event, not a party, not a reunion, and not … Continue reading

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Fun with Flowers

Yesterday we had two crocus flowers blooming–both yellow.  Today the yellow ones are blooming, and a couple of purple ones have popped up as well.  I got a chance to enjoy my hobby of photography today, but I also got … Continue reading

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Now it’s Spring

I keep finding some small signs of spring, but really it is not here until there are flowers blooming.  I looked for them yesterday, and I looked for them this morning.  Not blooming. But this crocus was blooming this afternoon. … Continue reading

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Another Sign of Spring

This is the first day of spring, and I am really ready for spring and summer weather.  About three weeks ago it seemed like it would never come.  I haven’t seen my first butterfly of the year yet, but I … Continue reading

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Spring is Here and the Bugs are Out

After a month of below normal temperatures, and temperatures that stayed below freezing all day we finally have some relief.  It is still cool today–the predicted high is 45 but I think it will get warmer.  The snow is melting. … Continue reading

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Obey the Sign

I bought a new radio alarm clock today, and being from the “old school” I did read the instructions: O.K. so far…  

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