Monthly Archives: March 2014

March MADness, er CRABness turns to March GLADness.

My friend Evelyn e-mailed the above picture to me following a recent snowstorm in Richmond, Virginia. The city pretty much closed up from their five-inch snowfall, and she enjoyed a day off from the law office where she works. She … Continue reading

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Birds behaving badly.

The past two days when it rained – the regular variety and the frozen precip, the weather folks were spot on, so yesterday when they all concurred there would be a wintry mix this morning, I decided that I’d lose … Continue reading

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The road I wish I was taking …

Today’s blog post was churning around in my brain yesterday and I originally intended to entitle it “Fitz-n–startz” because it seems to me that since I resumed my walking regimen, the marching ventures in this month of March have mostly … Continue reading

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A happy tale … er, tail.

Today’s walk took me past Memorial Park where I watched two boys romping with a German Shepherd over the brownish frozen grass of the two-block-long grounds. The trio were running back and forth and the dog was trying its best … Continue reading

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Happy trails on the first full day of Spring.

To me, today felt more like the first day of Spring. On the heels of our ugly Winter, Spring hasn’t even gotten into the formative stage yet. The grass is still ugly and brown and full of the Winter’s worth … Continue reading

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And the hits just keep on comin’.

Mother Nature has been disparaged to the hilt this season and it looks like the hits will just keep on comin’. Even the WWJ meteorologist quipped this morning that someone forgot to send Mother Nature the memo that Spring arrives … Continue reading

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A few daffs … just for laffs.

Well the daffodils got the last laugh as to good ol’ Mother Nature. As brutal as our Winter has been, who would have thought the resilient daffodils would have the audacity to poke their heads up through the earth so … Continue reading

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