What exactly is spring fever? I’m honestly not sure but whatever it is I think I might have it. Although I still sort of, kind of, maybe want a couple more days of decent snow just to give Rochester and Buffalo a change at one last run to take home the trophy I’m starting to think ehhhh bring on the warm sunny days. If it comes down to cold and rainy I would rather see cold and snowy though.
One of the great journalists from Rochester, Jim Memmott who writes for the Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester has an article out today which really does sum things up for this time of the year. Read the article at http://www.democratandchronicle.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080405/NEWS0202/804050320/-1/COLUMNS .
Jim says it all about how the transition from talking about the snow and weather starts to turn to talking about outside and yard things and it’s so true. So far this week I have called about having the driveway resurfaced and mentioned how I would like to get the yard rolled this year hoping for a smoother ride while cutting the grass when it’s time to. Jim also talks about bird feeders and squirrels and I love his closing line to his article. As always Jim, thanks for the mention and I love the way you transition winter conversation to spring conversation. Isn’t it the truth?
General, It’s about time you had your name in the lights. OK, print but it’s a start. Read to the right of the column 😉 Thanks for the help with the site as always. Lets all hope it snows in Buffalo and Rochester sometime soon. Just don’t let Tom’s Grandma know I just wrote that. She lives in Buffalo and has had enough snow for the year.
Tonight is the big night for the NCAA final four. Mom and myself actually have a shot at winning some matchsticks again this year in our little office pool. So if your out of your brackets already feel free to cheer for North Carolina and Memphis. All we need the to do is to win today and the final game won’t even matter. Go UNC!!! Go Memphis!!! Have a Great Weekend All!