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Senior Spotlight for March 19, 2012: March is on its way over the hump, as I like to say.

March is on its way over the hump, as I like to say.

To me, this month signifies rain, snow and other inclement weather. You know, spring time in the Rockies when it’s not quite 40 below.

Crocus start peeking out, tulips vie for space.



• There are two things I wanted to bring up with this column today.

First of all, I thank all of you who participate in Daffodils for Hospice by selling or buying them. I’ve been on both sides of that fence several times with family members and friends.



• Next, I’d like to ask whoever took my laundry from the car wash, where I had it, what did you think was in the bag? Christmas presents?

What did you do with the “presents” after you found out what was in the bag? Surprise.

Call me and let me know. Some of the articles were personal and I miss my socks. Yeah, I know, times are hard.

• I have happy birthday wishes for Irene Moralez, Mark Mahaffie, Margaret Thompson, Verniece Self, Pat Nicodemus, Sharon Zurita, Rhonda Marcarenas, and Amanda Foote.

• Get well/speedy recovery to Teri Winey, Elaine Bradley, Amanda Foote, Ron Moran, Stephanie Giovannitti, Bridget Krause, Richard Benton, Brian Hozad and Fran Lux.

• Spring officially begins March 20.

• The AARP meeting is scheduled for 2 p.m. March 26 at Sunset Meadows I, 633 Ledford St. The noon potluck is Friday, also at Sunset Meadows I.

• Birthdays, anniversaries, and other bits of news are always welcome. Call me at 824-2139.

Thanks.

Mary Jo Brown

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