Saturday, March 28, 2020

SIGNS OF SPRING IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD

By Mary Kennedy                                             

My own yard hasn't gotten the memo to "burst into bloom" but I can see signs of spring in my neighbors' yards. It's been a cold winter here in the northeast and it's nice to see flowering buds, luscious shrubs and trees that are starting to bloom. 

Here are a few pictures I snapped while walking my grand dog, Yogi. 



 

I didn't see any tulips but will keep an eye out for them. Until then, Yogi and I wish you a safe and happy week-end. Keep your social distance, take a brisk walk and help your neighbors, if you can. Animal shelters need your help more than ever. Donations of money, critical supplies of food, litter and bedding are greatly appreciated. No matter how small, your donation will help them keep the doors open and save more animals. Please donate whatever you can!


Mary Kennedy and Yogi

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