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April Showers Bring May Flowers The old adage is true: a shower of April events leads right into all the great celebrations in May, and this month is full of amazing holidays and happenings. Many people begin their April with April...
March is a great month in Florida – the weather is beautiful, the skies are blue, and the season of festivals and great barbecue is starting up. March brings with it the amazing holiday of St. Patrick’s Day (read more...
January… a new beginning. Time to reflect on the past year and make resolutions for the new one, to start a new project, take up a new hobby, or recommit to good habits that may have slipped away.
January… a new beginning. Time to reflect on the past year and make resolutions for the new one, to start a new project, take up a new hobby, or recommit to good habits that may have slipped away.
My grandmother always said that with the change in seasons, it was time to shake things up, clean things out, and get ready to hunker down for winter snow (she lived near Chicago, where 20 below zero was a perfectly normal wintertime temperature).
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