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There is a change in the air, the
wind, although still strong is warmer, only slightly, but the difference is
Spring is near, though the snow still lays
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It’s that time of the year when the country comes alive in a riot of vivacious
colors to herald spring! As India
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the arrival of spring in the different parts of... read more
Spring or Autumn?
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By I.M. COMPLAINER
I hate winter. I've hated winter as long as I can remember. My mom used to tell me to go out and play in the snow because that's what kids do in the winter in New England. My father and my uncles used to... read more
Are you getting tired of the cold winter weather or wondering why spring is taking so long in coming this year? Are you wishing the snow would melt and the temperatures would soon rise? Yesterday I was dressed for summer. Today I'm back in my... read more
I can remember, as a child growing up in upstate New York, looking for the early signs of spring. Things like tulips and daffodils beginning to poke their way through the new earth where the snow had begun to melt away from the edge of the house. ... read more
UGADI is a combination of two words-Yuga(era) and Aadi(beginning) according to the ancient language of Sanskrit and Kannada languages. It simply means beginning of an era or a new year. According to the great Indian mathematician,Bhaskaracharya's... read more
Paris is still the capital of fashion and glamour, proof of that is the glamour of the haute couture seasonal collections. read more
In literature, Spring means newness and a renewed spirit after a dormant or harsh winter. The literary spring means rebirth and renewal, a time for second chances and healing. Hope. read more
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Every year, short story writers are chosen to win the PEN/O. Henry Prize writing awards. Their stories appear in an annual anthology. If you write, this award can be one of your aspirations. read more
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For more than 25 years I've had to burn my own trash since I live in a rural area that does not have trash removal. When we experience drier than normal conditions, like we have this year, the county places a burn ban on outdoor fires. You know what... read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga9 years ago
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by Ryan Hupfer9 years ago
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by Wendy Iturrizaga8 years ago
Hello everyone, I've just come back from a few days in the mountains to find that once again you have outdone yourselves and we have another very successful HubMob with almost 60 Hubs on Charities. Thank you to...
by Ryan Hupfer9 years ago
First of all, I hope that you all had an amazing weekend and it's great to see you all back here on HuPages....this is going to be an awesome week!Now, for all of you Hubbers out there who have been following my forum...
by Wendy Iturrizaga6 years ago
Hello HubMobsters, hope you all had a great weekend. A big thanks to all of you who joined in the fun last week. We had some awesome hubs (gathering around 60 views a day each) and it was really great to see some of the...
by Wendy Iturrizaga9 years ago
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