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April to do list part one, from The Whistling Gardener

We have set major records for rainfall in February and March and I am more than ready to embrace spring with all of my heart and soul. Here is part one of what the Whistling Gardener is going to be doing in his garden in the month of April.

I have mixed feelings about it being April already. On the one hand I can’t believe the first quarter of the year has evaporated before my very eyes or perhaps more accurately washed away (yes, we have set major records for rainfall in February and March). On the other hand I am more than ready to embrace spring with all of my heart and soul and get the old joint whipped into shape. Here is part one of what I am going to be doing in my garden in the month of April.

Forever home cat of the week - Meowshawn Lynch

Meowshawn is a very sweet 14 week old male. Opposite of his beastly namesake, this little guy is a love-bug. Meowshawn was trapped with his three siblings in a trailer park when he was six weeks old. He has been fostered in a busy household with five adult cats, a teenage cat, and a small dog. He loves to play with the “big kitties” and would do best in a home with another cat (or two or three).

Optimize spring health with Ayurveda, by Kate Towell

In spring, nature comes alive—with the arrival of spring showers that cleanse the accumulated stores from the winter. We begin to feel more energetic and spend more time outdoors, open the windows and shed our heavy coats. Spring is the season of celebration.

During seasonal transitions we celebrate the wondrous changes in nature. In the spring we enjoy the cherry blossoms, the happy songs of the birds and the arrival of our favorite flowers. In spring, nature comes alive—with the arrival of spring showers that cleanse the accumulated stores from the winter. We begin to feel more energetic and spend more time outdoors, open the windows and shed our heavy coats. Spring is the season of celebration.

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