By Mary Friedel-Hunt
The calendar indicates that spring will be here in just a few days. But as I write this, we are at the tail end of an all day snow, again. My friends in Phoenix tell me it is springtime out there. A friend in England says the same. But here in Wisconsin, it is hard to believe that spring is only a few days away.
As I watch the earth come back to life, the crocuses and tulips, daffodils and forsythia will all but startle me with their beauty. It does not take long before flower gardens grace our neighborhoods and people are sharing vegetables with the local food pantries and