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Re: Spring Must be around the corner

Kitty.. It moves!!  LOL
  Actually it is like those Reindeers you see on the lawns at  Christmas time 
that light up and move.  But it is a Flamingo!
We are getting ready for a storm.  It is heading in tomorrow.   Soo I will 
start bulbs in the house, I dont trust this crazy weather!
But your right  Spring is just around the corner!
In a message dated 3/1/2006 4:28:50 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,  
kmrsy@comcast.net writes:

How  wonderful Holli!  Animated flamingo?  What exactly does it  DO?

As to spring, I noticed a little too late that during the last  warmish
spell my yellow crocuses bloomed. By the time I noticed we'd dipped  into
the teens and they were goners. Figured that was the end of the  show.
But we've warmed up again and they are blooming again with a few  purple
ones for contrast! Yes, spring is good and it is on its  way!

neIN, Zone 5

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