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Spring in my step

I just went out for a run and while the temperature was well shy of the balmy lower 50s we've been promised for today, I came across a sure sign of spring: purple crocuses blooming in a neighbor's front lawn.

A few chest-high piles of snow dot the same street, but I'm looking on the bright side. 

If you need more convincing, I suggest downloading Tony Bennett and Bill Evans' "You Must Believe In Spring" and considering this:

"The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts is now accepting applications for the 33rd annual Baltimore Farmers' Market & Bazaar. Space is available for farmers, crafters, concessionaires and street performers."

I received that notice via e-mail. 

But back to news picked up on my run through Southwest Baltimore: that security detail outside Sheila Dixon's house seems finally to be gone. Maybe the cops have moved on to someone who really deserves protection, like my pigs' feet squealer.

 

Photo by math-hubby

 

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