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An amazing week!

     I started shifting my bedtime a week before Daylight Savings kicked in, and it paid off, because I haven't had trouble with the transition at all. Hopefully I can do something of the sort for fall as well, since that one really messes up my internal clock...

     This week has been crazy--May weather in March! Got into the 50s Sunday and Monday, and into the 60s Tuesday. Usually when there's a warm streak like this, the volume of melting snow makes it get cloudy, damp, and foggy and slows down the warmth, but this was such a dry winter it's not happening. They're talking 70s down south today and Sunday! It has been a treat to take down the window plastic and enjoy some fresh air.

     Being done with below 0 temps also meant I could bring up my 'Jack Frost' Brunnera that I got out in California from the garage to my deck. Delighted to see that it has a nice selection of sprouts already. So glad it survived the winter, and hopefully this spring it will give me FLOWERS.

     Last but not least, on Wednesday night, I finally succeeded with my first platelet donation of the year. Hurrah!
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On March 12th, 2015 08:48 pm (UTC), brezzydal commented:
I so glad that Your Jack Frost made it through the winter; after
bringing from out here. I hope those well for you.

Good for you on the platelet donation. Lets see how many you can get in this year.

You gotten so war; it is crazy. I know Shado is loving it.
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On March 12th, 2015 10:57 pm (UTC), shout_of_joy replied:
I was a little worried about it being in my garage when it was so warm at times, and my car can warm it up too. The pot can dry out too much that way, or it might sprout too early. Reminds me of those geraniums you used to keep in the unfinished room!

Well, I scheduled my next one for my day off in April, see how that goes.

Yes, spring makes Shado come to life!