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Rockin’ Robin March 24, 2011

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I wonder if he’s sorry he came back quite so soon.

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1. mazco34 - March 24, 2011

Do you still have juncos in your area? They’re beginning to move out from my town.
They’re one of the few things I miss about winter.

I don’t know if we do or not – I’ve never done a lot of birding. Though the pictures I find on The Google look a lot like the birds on The Bird Bush – there’s this house a couple of blocks from us that is FULL to the BRIM of these little sparrow-esque birds. Whenever we walk by, The Jar has a ball making them all swoop over to the bush on the other side of the yard. . .

2. judy - March 24, 2011

GOOD GRIEF. Will your snow ever end?? Lots of nest building going on around here. The cats love to watch out the windows.

I know, right? On our way to swim class yesterday, we saw (and I am not exaggerating!) 9 cars in ditches. NINE. We probably should have canceled, but we didn’t realize it was quite that bad.

3. anne - March 24, 2011

Geez o’Pete!! That should be illegal!! In fact, I’m pretty sure it is, if only someone would enforce it. Our forsythia flowers are done and some of the flowering trees have faded. I know, I know, you’ll think of me in August. I think I’d prefer 100*/100% over that mess!!

The average last snowfall here is around mid-April. 😦 It’s just harder to take now that we’ve had some warm weather and the trees are starting to bud, that’s all. Stupid snow. 😦

4. Barb Cooper - March 25, 2011

When I was in my early twenties, I came to NY to visit a musical theater friend who lived in White Plains. One night we caught the last train from the City to his house, (there was a big group of us) and we sat in a big train car. Three teenagers started singing this song and my whole group joined in and then, there we were, at midnight on a cold train heading north, all joined together in song. It was one of the most magical moments of my life. And then we all just went on our merry ways.

Barb, what a great memory – I love stories like that!


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