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April 02, 2014


Marja McGraw

I'm in No. Arizona, and we've had several warm days already. I'm beginning to wonder if we're going to have heat this summer like other states had cold this winter.

Your posts always energize me, Dac. Thank you!

J. R. Lindermuth

Here in Pennsylvania we're still anticipating spring. Thought it was here, then it snow again on Monday. Still, I'm hopeful it's on the way.

Billie H. Wilson

Dac, you are a writer I enjoy. Trouble with your blog, I spend too much time re-reading, and your quotations, I need to absorb. Good luck with your "re-invention."

Billie W.

Janice Pulliam

We are ready for spring here, too, in southeastern Arizona. The mesquites in lower places are leafing out in spring green, but those on the colder hilltops are only starting the process. When you're up on a rise, you can trace the path of Sonoita Creek by the green of the Cottonwood trees threading through the brown landscape. Ocotillos have already sent up their red flags of victory---the victory of wet, warm, life, and spring over dry, cold, dead winter. Hooray!

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