Category Archives: March winds

A New Definition for March Madness

According to the Roman essayist Plutarch, the Ides of March is a date best known as the day on which Julius Caesar was killed in 44 B. C., after being stabbed by a group of conspirators 23 times.  Ever since, … Continue reading

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March Hairs

I try to brush the dogs every Sunday.  In the winter, the grooming table is inside the garage, but once the temperatures moderate; I set up the table on the back patio.  There’s a ritual, of course; and all three … Continue reading

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