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I'm so Easy......LOL

Monday, March 11, 2019

My friends all know I have been suffering from way too much winter. Living in the northern Midwest, that's kind of an annual phenomenon. But this year, with especially heavy snow accumulation, a relative having a building with a roof collapse and seeing news footage of others experiencing the same.....well, it's just been enough already!

Today, the thermometer on the wall read in the 40's for a while. The sun was so bright I had to go back in the house for my sunglasses when we headed out for a walk. After our walk, I even managed to work up one heck of a sweat getting more of the thick layer of ice off the driveway. And now...with a sore spot between my shoulder blades, I am smiling.

I'm so easy! Just give me some sunshine and a wee bit of warmth and I'm as happy as a clam! ( Ever wonder who figured out that clams were happy?)

Winter is finally releasing it's vise grip on this part of the world. There may still be some set backs with cooler temps and nasty precipitation of one sort or another but the planet is tilting and the season is a changing.

I should start my serious garden planning! LOL There's still a four foot drift of snow engulfing my raised bed so it's not like there's a rush but you get the drift....I've got the fever! LOL
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    You go girl!! I KNEW that walk was wonderful. Keep the 'spring' in your step.
    868 days ago
    It was a beautiful day today..I love sunshine
    869 days ago
    "you get the drift." HAHAH! Never lose your sense of humor, Donna!

    869 days ago
    The phrase “Hope Springs eternal “ is about gardeners! Keeps you from despair in the deepest of winter. So happy it is on the way for you! Love that you worked up a sweat today. You will rest well tonight, with a little anti inflammatory LOL.
    869 days ago
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