Hayes Center Public Library

More than the Center of Hayes

April 9, 2012

Written By: Deb Lawson - Apr• 09•12

The warmest March on record is being followed by a cool and windy April.  I know that wind is a part of the NE climate, but I sure get tired of it blowing all the time.  Many of us have learned to appreciate the wind for windmills when necessary.  I also can appreciate the wind blowing up a rain now and then.  But, just blowing day in and day out is tiring.

I’ve been watering the lawn since the end of February as it has gotten dry in our region.  A nice half inch of rain was a welcome addition last week.  It’s been such an early spring that I’ve gotten the gardening bug.  I planted radishes and cucumbers the last of March.  If it freezes, I’ll plant them again.  If it doesn’t, I’ll have early veggies from the garden.  Every year is different, isn’t it?  Guess that’s why we love Nebraska!

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  1. Marilyn Anderjaska says:

    I am very impressed with the website! I enjoyed reading your posts and look forward to more of them. And guess what? I already checked to see if you had RED MIST by Patricia Corwell in large print. You don’t, but I found several titles listed that I intend to read this summer.
    Thanks, and see you soon.

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