The days are getting longer, crocuses and bluets are springing up from the ground, and birds are returning to the Northeast from their winter vacations: signs of spring! Neighbors are sharing their observations. Have you seen any signs of spring? These FPF members have:
“I’m so grateful to be a part of this community in this time. Thanks to you all. Also! I really love spring, and I miss the spring arrivals board at Sterling College. So…I have a poster board at the Genny up for us all to document our observations of spring (bring your own pen). I also created a google doc that I think should be accessible to all to add observations.
Let’s not let the craziness of this spring allow us to miss this gorgeous and amazing time of year!” • Hannah in Craftsbury, Vt.
Late-spring snowfall, inspired ways to keep the kids busy, crocuses, and random acts of beauty and neighborly kindness.
Home schooling, long walks.
A creative home desk made from–wait, is that an ironing board?
That’s what Middlesex looks like this spring as we all hunker down to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Check out these creative shots of our community taken by your Middlesex neighbors, at:
Enjoy!” • Susan in Middlesex, Vt.
Share your spring sightings and observations on your Front Porch Forum today!
Posted in: Neighborhood, Stories, Upstate New York, Vermont, Wildlife
Ghost of Midnight is an online journal about fostering community within neighborhoods, with a special focus on Front Porch Forum (FPF). My wife, Valerie, and I founded FPF in 2006... read more