Spring is finally and officially here. But, once again, I must say that we cannot depend on spring in North Central Florida until the pecan trees bloom or Easter arrives. The freezing temperatures from last week are gone. Recent days have been pleasantly warm during the day and tolerably chilly at night with breezes that ruffle hair and wiggle flags. My days have been happily busy leaving me to feel like the rabbit that hastily nibbles grass in my backyard. And so, another week begins . . .