In March I open all the windows on warm days and breathe in fresh air in all my rooms. This month I’ve done it a couple of times so far. Refreshing!
Usually this month I continue planning and sketching my garden! This season I’m hoping for beets, corn, big leafed spinach and much more! I can’t wait! Check my blog in June and July for updates!
In March my mom celebrates her birthday. I usually take her out to lunch or visit her house. It’s also special because her father, my maternal Grampa Gould’s birthday was just a few days before hers. Every March I’m reminded of that and what a funny good person he was! ( I have fond memories of watching GunSmoke with him, he loved westerns!) Does anyone remember GunSmoke?
Sometimes the snow melts in March and grass comes into view once again! Spring birds reappear and start their melody. I hear them upon waking from a slumber and thank God for the gift of spring! Other times snow gracefully blankets every inch of the ground. This year we had a few days of melting weather and then Mother Nature immersed us right back into winter with loads of snow! We’ve had three Nor’easters in a matter of ten days! Spring doesn’t seem close…but the good news is it is. ( I hope)
March means St. Patrick’s day! Although I’m Irish my family never really made a hoopla of the holiday. For us, St. Paddy’s day means a cooked corned beef in the crock pot. My friend Marlene is a St. Paddy’s day baby….what a day to celebrate!
Last of all in our part of the world, March is the arrival of spring! We host a long winter every year and the warmer days are longer and so welcomed. It truly is a God-given gift to experience.
What does March mean to you? I would love to hear your thoughts!
All My Best,
Heart and Soul ❤☘