Planting seeds for the inevitable pattern of life now, and death in the fall…

What does March mean to you? My first thought is that it was my dad’s birthday in March. He would have been 72 this year on the 14th. I also think of the Ides of March and how the English teacher (whose name I cannot remember) influenced my affinity to Shakespeare. Spring comes to mind, especially now that I am back in the middle of the country after living on the west coast for a little over two decades. I wanted to focus on what this month is, however, after looking online for what National Month March is…here was the answer:

  • American Red Cross Month
  • Caffeine Awareness Month
  • Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month
  • Craft Month
  • Feminine Improvement Month
  • Flour Month
  • Foot Health Month
  • Frozen Food Month
  • Irish American Heritage Month
  • Kidney Month
  • Mental Retardation Month
  • Music in Our Schools Month
  • Noodle Month
  • Nutrition Month
  • Peanut Month
  • Poetry Month
  • Sauce Month
  • Social Workers Month
  • Women’s History Month
  • Youth Art Month

Too many options to focus on one! We could probably consolidate a few of these to make it easier, but everyone has their own idea of what these terms represent to them and I have no doubt the minor differences each have may matter greatly in a way I will never know.

March means spring to me, and life; after several months of hibernation and some death. Over the weekend we planted our indoor garden so that it would be ready for planting outside in the next couple of months.

Planting seeds for the inevitable pattern of life now, and death in the fall…an amazing journey well worth the work. Everything is related. Peace…

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