Spring

Can you feel Spring in the air? The sidewalks are finally clear of snow, the temperatures are almost reaching 50 degrees, people are out walking their dogs and the birds are chirping away! I am giddy with anticipation for Spring to arrive!

Spring represents new beginnings, new growth and an end to our winter hibernation! In my opinion, our winter wasn’t all that bad, we have had worse! It sure is nice to know that in 21 days it will be the 1st day of Spring. I can see the buds on the trees starting to appear and I know hidden underneath the piles of snow the tulips and daffodils can’t wait to bloom! Spring is a magical time of the year! Plus, we all know that Summer follows right after Spring too! Exciting!

Suzy’s Swirl is also excited to Spring into Spring with our new Spring Hours! Suzy’s Swirl will be open Sunday – Saturday 11:00 am to 9:00pm starting today! That gives you 22 additional hours in the week to enjoy Suzy’s Swirl! We look forward to having more time to spend with all of you at Suzy’s Swirl!

We also, look forward to seeing you, our friends and family at our 9th Annual Big Joe Challenge, March 5th, 6th and 7th. There’s still plenty of time to sign up to be a participant in our challenge and also to make a donation too! A huge thank you to everyone who has already donated and signed up! Please visit our website www.Suzysswirl.com for more information and details about our 9th Annual Big Challenge!

It’s exciting to see things coming up again, plants you’ve had for twenty or thirty years. It’s like seeing an old friend!

Tasha Tudor

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