Happy March!

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It’s hard to believe it’s March already! Yes, I love the month of March. Probably because it is my birthday month. But when I lived in the Boston area, I knew spring wasn’t too far away. Flowers were beginning to bloom, the days were getting a little warmer, the birds were louder and I’ve just always loved this month. Even in Florida. 

We’ll be changing the clocks soon and I like that. I’m noticing the mornings are light earlier and also it’s staying light later in the evening. There isn’t much of a change in climate here but we do have spring flowers and bushes blooming.

Well, it’s been quite the week news wise. Things are breaking fast and furious and it’s all a good thing! Our very democracy is at stake and we must get to the bottom of it. Russia had NO business in our politics or the running of our country. Period. What I’m totally confused about is how even some Republicans can argue with this! So it’ll be interesting to see how it all plays out.

Free speech has been in the news also. And if you know me, then you know how I feel about our right to free speech! Without this, we are not a democracy. So I’ll be protesting this coming Saturday with my Indivisible group for a candlelight vigil to mourn the possible/potential loss of free speech. Details and photos will follow here.

In the meantime, enjoy these beautiful days of March. Hopefully, you’re enjoying a good novel or knitting project. I’m reading Paris Time Capsule and I’ll do a book review here when I’m finished.

See you here next time………………

5 thoughts on “Happy March!

  1. Only happy thoughts this month Terri…because spring is coming, and it’s your birthday. Now that is something to celebrate…as you know I just had mine and I can honestly say, I’m glad it’s over…
    So moving on the crocuses popping through the mud, longer days, early morning sunshine and afternoons that warm up the porch as well as my heart…
    Here’s to you Birthday Girl…enjoy every moment….xo

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  2. Sometimes Spring is slow to come here in Connecticut. One day it’s “warm” and the next day…like today…we awoke to temperatures near zero with remnants of a snow squall overnight but I know that things will get better each day and soon I will be working in my gardens and taking glorious photos of the flowers. Too bad the “climate” in Washington isn’t as good. I love your blog!

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    • Having lived in New England till I moved to Florida in ’87, I can certainly relate! We’d get a taste and tease of spring in March but I can recall a St. Patrick’s Day blizzard! I heard the national weather this morning, so stay warm up there!
      And yes…..we certainly need an improvement in climate in Washington!
      Thank you for joining me here! Welcome!

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