Spring is for the birds
It's been a l---o---n---g winter.
So long that Al Batt, the keynote speaker at the "Let's Get Growing" Workshop in Alexandria Saturday, said it's like having relatives staying at your home. It reaches a point when it's high time for them - and winter - to go.
And to start thinking about bird songs, green grass, tomatoes, flowers, the return of monarch butterflies and how your hands feel when they're working the soil in your garden.
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