Happy Saint Patrick Day!

March 9, 2019 at 2:00 pm 3 comments


Happy Saint Patrick Day! One day in the year that a great deal of people can celebrate their Irish Heritage. You will see shamrocks and people wearing the traditional green at more than one party. What makes the typical American turn Irish for one day?
Celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day could be an excuse for a day to celebrate after the winter blahs. It could be the corned beef and cabbage. Maybe just maybe it’s the green beer.
With warmer days not too far away, we will be able to plant the garden. Maybe Mother Nature knows best. Yes, there are signs of tulips popping out in the front yard. Hello Spring !
The road maintenance crews are busy, working on the streets before it’s too late for your automobile. County roads are lined with hubcaps lost by passing motorists while ruts in the road wreak havoc with car suspension. I can’t say for certain how deep the chuckholes are but I have heard that if you look in one of the massive chuckholes on the way to Linton you can see the top of a Jeep Cherokee that has been reported missing.
You have to feel sorry for folks who go to Florida at this time of year. No comparison could be drawn to any climate on earth that compares to Indiana’s first blush of spring. A few days from now those daffodils that defy any remaining cold weather will jump up out of your long silent lawn.
Yes, the promise of spring in Indiana has no equal anywhere.












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3 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Kate  |  March 9, 2019 at 3:15 pm

    Thank you! I had forgotten about the beautiful bright golden daffodils screaming “Spring!” This time of year. The anemones, crocus and other spring flowers. I’ve been so lost in winter that I forgot spring.

    Kate of WindSong Fibers Farm http://www.doterra.com/katephillipsindiana Sent from my iPhone


  • 2. Amy Erisman  |  March 11, 2019 at 2:31 pm

    Luck of the Irish to you!🍀

  • 3. Linda Thornton  |  March 15, 2019 at 9:43 am

    I do miss the Indiana spring. However, I don’t miss the cold and ice before it happens. Loving Florida in the winter. Cheers


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