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That other harbinger of Spring

6 Mar

The birds were singing as I walked into work this morning. And a few daffodils were close to blooming, but something I did this weekend was just a much a harbinger of Spring as anything Nature can throw at me.

Sunday was laundry day. I usually do laundry Saturday, but the Rose City Yarn Crawl kept me too busy. This Sunday was especially auspicious because after I stripped the flannel sheets off my bed, I replaced them with a cotton set , in a lovely, Spring-inspired floral pattern that brightened my bedroom as much as the sun shining in through the window.

 

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