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Spring on my bookshelf if not on the ground.

Outside it is snowing. I can’t stand it. Miss Tibbit can’t stand it. My mouse keeps clicking on garden websites. I pretend ordered over $500 worth of dry, sunny condition plants yesterday.

I bought tulips in an act of desperation.


They are keeping me company in the office, nestled among the things I look at everyday…my dried frog from a beach cliff road in Estramadura region, Portugal. A favorite rock from the Rat Islands. Binoculars for staring down squirrels at the bird feeder. Beethoven on the radio because the Beethoven Festival is this week in Buffalo and that’s what’s playing. Grandpa WideEyed’s Perfect Attendance Certificate 1915-1916. My dented clock. Which would not be dented if it chose to stay on the wall like a normal clock. And, from my salad days – a Certificate of Award for participating in the Middle School jog-a-thon in 1981. I jogged 6.9 kilometers – I jogged in KILOMETERS you’ll note because the school system was still pretending to the metric conversion back then.

Office Wall

Spring tulips among my everyday things. They are making me smile.

May you all have spring tulips today – in your hearts if not in actual fact.


  1. Elizabeth Funk says

    My tulips are definitely pushed through and the crocuses are blooming through the (somewhat frozen) mud that accumulated after they dug up our yard to put in a new sewer line.

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