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The March winds are blustery and cold. The dirty snowbanks can be depressing and the gray skies remind me of November but my heart is happy and content because out of it are the issues of life. And today the issues of life are a happy heart, a life of content, and bright days coming…

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Welcome to “just over the hilltop” where the sun is melting and settling the piles of snow, the wind is drying the melting snow on the driveway, and the temperature warmed up overnight to 42 this morning. This is about the fourth overnight warm-up and that is a new phenomenon in my memory. Since the…

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Hello from “just over the hilltop” in Norwood where the garden flowers are beautiful, the air is sweet, and the breezes are still gentle. A few caterpillars are crawling about but are not overwhelming at this time. I’ve heard that in some areas the tent caterpillars are a nuisance. The lilies of the valley, the…

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Hello from “just over the hilltop” where the beauty of Robert Frost’s poem came to my mind as I drove to the ladies luncheon today. I’m sure I quote this poem each spring but the feeling it gives me never grows old. “Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s…

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“For man, Autumn is a time of harvest, of gathering together. For nature, it is a time of sowing, of scattering abroad.” Edwin Way Teale This was a quote on one of my many calendars and it seemed appropriate as the winds have increased just over the hilltop in Norwood and the leaves are being…

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