Me too, my first was on Sunday, slicing through the wind and snow squalls.
I always think it's so stimulating in the spring, first you're thinking,
"wait, what is that sound again.  and then the comfortable and exciting
recognition right after your brain finds the right file.

Linda Orkin

On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 8:47 AM, Annette Nadeau <anad...@hospicare.org>wrote:

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