March 21 2012 Appalachia Newsletter
Spring is a time of renewal and rebirth. It always lifts my spirits when I sit outside and watch the birds and other little critters of nature play and romp in the warm spring afternoons.
Here in Washoe County the red-breasted robin stays with us year round -- it is such a joy to see him hopping around on the lawns when the ground thaws out, cocking his head to listen for worms, then finding one at last.
I like to put out short strands of yarn or string in my flower pots for the birds to gather as nest building supplies. They seem to really prefer the light color yarns the best.
Here is my latest article from the Appalachia site at BellaOnline.com.
Living History Museums In Appalachia Regions
One thing that many people love to do is visit historical sites and learn what it was like in bygone days. The best way to do this is to visit a living history museum.
Give your family an educational experience that is fun and some unique "hands-on" experience of what life in the old days was like.
Till next time, may your home be filled with laughter and may it ring from floor to rafter. Walk in Peace and Harmony.
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