The Gadfly invites “local color” photos of this sort
Gadfly got high on all this talk of walkability and bikeability.
Peeled his fingers from the keyboard.
Fished some Aardvark beauties out from way under the bed.
And went for a walk this afternoon.
Paying attention to the sidewalks, Anon., paying attention.
But they didn’t break my Spring spell.
Great to be retired.
People would ask me what I would do when retired. Echoing Thoreau, I would often say, “I’d finally have leisure to watch the Spring come in.”
What’s blooming around your way?
Victoria R. Leister
“The snowdrop is the first flower of the year that shows its nice flowers. Often the blossoming of the snowdrop is a sign that the winter is transforming to springtime. Therefore the snowdrop symbolizes hope, the hope that this winter will finish too, that new warmth will enter our lives.”