A Little of This and That
Spring is finally coming to Colorado. The trees look fuzzy, their branches covered with buds ready to leaf out. I have planted a few things in the garden - lettuce, spinach, and peas.
A herd of deer visited the parking lot where I work. They posed for photos. Check out my April 8 blog post to see a magpie nest in the same parking lot. We seem to be a hot spot for wildlife activity!
As a follow-up to my March 12 guest blog post on author Judy Alter's website, I learned that activities are planned to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Ludlow Massacre.
My schedule will be busy for the next few weeks. On April 27, I will participate in the Englewood library's Meet the Faces Behind the Books author event. http://www.englewoodgov.org/our-community/news-and-events/calendar-of-events/-item-13863
The first weekend in May, I will be in Bethesda Maryland, attending the Malice Domestic traditional mystery conference.
In between, I hope to spend time in my garden. I can't stop to smell the roses because there are none in bloom yet, but I can clean up my iris flower bed and plant more cold hardy vegetables. This time of year in Colorado, we alternate summer-like days with brief, furious snowstorms. We welcome the spring snow because we need the water. I hope you are enjoying spring!
4/16/2014 02:08:33 pm
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