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A month ago, well in advance of the solstice, but after the snow melt and into the warmth, I announced it was spring.  Since then I haven’t written any real posts.  We have spent most of daylight doing yard work, and then collapsing at dusk.  We did a bit for the final push for health care reform.  I filed our taxes. We have made some excursions, and sadly, a trip south of the Kanawha for a cousin’s husbands funeral.  Robert’s sister was here for a week, and we went to visit my brother.  The roofers have been here since Tuesday.  Along with all West Virginia, and, I hope, the rest of the country, we have watched the Upper Big Branch mine disaster, the worst in 40 years, unfold.  I have been reminded that people do read these posts, and will work on being better than last summer, when I neglected to write for months.

Don't ask yourself what the world needs. Ask yourself what makes you come alive and then go do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. - Howard Thurman.

RSS Weather at Clarksburg, Clarksburg Benedum Airport, WV – via NOAA’s National Weather Service

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