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First Day of Spring, 2012

Monday, 19 Mar 12 Partly Sunny 30°C / 86°F

The weather has been absolutely fantastic over the past week. My weather station (bought in February) tyed it’s previous High Temperature record today at 86 degrees!

I cleaned up Our Herb Garden and set up a couple of horseshoe pits for playing horseshoes. I then pulled out the grill for the first time in 2012 and grilled some chicken marinated in Italian Dressing. We also shared some peas and pasta.

Once dinner was over, all of us went over to the side yard and played soccer and frisbee. I ended the night by sitting in the back yard, watching a nice sunset, and listening to the birds in the back yard. Speaking of birds..I seen a new one at our feeders today. It almost looked like a finch with a bright red head…I will have to research it out!

I also noticed that my Purple Broccoli has now sprouted (2 of 6, anyways).

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