Tag Archives: spring

50 Shades of Green

This week we are talking about our favorite signs of Spring. Green. I could stop right there. I grew up in a beautiful part of the country, or what had been a beautiful part. The Washington, DC area is vastly … Continue reading

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A Rumble on the horizon

Some people look forward to crocuses popping through the soil or the buds forming on the trees. Others notice the animals shedding their extra hair preparing for the warmer temperatures. I appreciate the warmer temperatures of spring and the ease … Continue reading

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Spring to Easter

The topics this week are about getting out of the house since it is Spring, or to talk about Easter. Since this will be posting on Good Friday, I will go for both. I am generally not an outdoorsy person … Continue reading

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Spring Tonic

  Time to Open the Windows Again By Jeff Salter We’re all about Spring this week and debating how much we enjoy the fresh air of the great outdoors. Well, as I’ve noted on some of the Resident Foxes’ posts … Continue reading

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Spring isn’t my favorite

Michigan’s definition of spring is somewhat confused. Last week, while it was officially ‘winter’, temperatures approached the mid-fifties and the kids were ready to break out the swimsuits and flip-flops. Spring officially started on Sunday and I was greeted by … Continue reading

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My Favorite Flowers

I’m a huge fan of blooming flowers as well as the tiny buds when they appear on the trees and stems. My absolute favorites are white flowers of any kind. While I love color, white ones somehow speak to my … Continue reading

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Spring, Sprang, Sprung

Thoughts about the Season after Winter By Jeff Salter Spring is on everyone’s mind this week, but I’m not certain winter is quite over … here in Possum Trot.  So until I know whether spring has fully sprung, let me … Continue reading

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