Wednesday, March 26, 2008


Ah, spring must be here for daylight savings time arrived and the loss of an hour has us dragging our feet. But in the meantime, we will see the daffodils, tulips and hyacinths poking their little heads up through the ground. Everything is early this year. So has Mother Nature realized that snow should be out of the questions?

In the south here, we’ve been bustling around here getting the yard in shape. My roses have a full head of new growth and everything needs attention. Getting out and walking is invigorating to say the least, especially useful if you are trying to drop a few pounds. Exercise is the best answer for that.

Speaking of exercise, my Englewood tap dancing group have been performing and doing a fantastic job. They just had a show at the Tringali Complex here in Englewood, Florida and received a standing ovation for their performance. Way to go, ladies.

A Luncheon Gathering of the Englewood Tappers
From left to right: Terry Davidson, Nan Brown, Ruth Hummon, Lee Procuk, Jayne Spofford, Elizabeth Welch, Paula Hines, Shirley Honagold, and Gwyn Ramsey

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Janet Grace Riehl said...

Ah, Gwyn! Roses and tap-dancing! What a Southern Belle you are!

Janet Riehl

Carla Capshaw said...

Hi Gwyn,

Nice blog! Love seeing the tappers. :-)