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The beginnings of Spring

Today, I went outside for the first time in five months without my thigh-length, fur-trimmed down parka.  55 Degrees, sunny, beautiful. There are buds on the trees, boats on the river. With a little luck, I'll be down to a t-shirt in no time.

On the other side of the river, I followed a labrynth of "WC" signs into a walled park, around a bush, and walked smack into a muster of peacocks and peahens. 

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Reader Comments (1) you remember me? Grandpa Dunsmore and I were married when you were a little girl. What a baby doll you we're. Your mom sent me your blog and I so enjoyed your writings as well as photographs. I was in Amsterdam the summer of 1998. When I got home, grandpa asked me to marry him, we got in the car and went straight to Carson City, NV. I hope you have some memories of him. One more thing.....your mom, Su-Su and Barbara came to my 70th bday party in San Clemente. Mom gave me one of your letter (CD) necklaces and I love it...still wear it. Thank you so much. So nice to read you are busy, happy, and creative like mom. Take care and drop me a line if you think abt it and have time. I look foward to your book. you after all these years. 😍. Carol

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