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February 25, 2014 4:00 PM

Finally, a taste of a full-fledged Lowcountry spring

There are so many things on our horizon. Spring is poking her beautiful face toward me. Daffodils are coming up and some green shoots in my potted plants are trying to say hello. I cannot wait to work on my garden, which has been done in by our cold winter. As I write this, it is 75 degrees and a flock of robins are chirping and pecking around the yard. I hope the joy of this scene continues.

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