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summer already, in March

It is simply mind-bogglingly beautiful out – like early June, 15 degrees, hot sun, chirping birds, yet no flowers or buds on the trees because it’s still WINTER. Too bizarre. No one is complaining. It’ll continue like this all March Break week, and then it’s predicted to be zero degrees on Monday. Nice of nature to take the vacationing schoolchildren into account, for once.

On Saturday, W’sn, my new tenant Mary Fay and I went to see a dress rehearsal of “Art,” directed by Morris Panych and designed by Ken MacDonald, the Lunt and Fontanne of the Canadian theatre world. What a supremely talented pair they are. Seeing the dress rehearsal was thrilling, the play and performances nearly there but still in transit. We all found it a highly entertaining, well-written play, well directed, well acted, a great evening of theatre all round, and not just because it was free. Kudos to all concerned.
Hard to believe that I am preparing to depart once more, but it seems to be true. I booked this trip last year, as soon as I got home, perhaps a bit rashly and fast. However – you’ll be happy to have something new to read about, won’t you, bloggees?

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