At last, the fields are green again even the white margins have been erased. The birds are singing and no longer flocking to the feeding station although we've had a pair of robins very delicately sharing food and several dunnocks flirtatiously waving their wings. A host of snowdrops were waiting patiently under the drifts and are now gently nodding in the breeze.
It seems spring really is in the air (but say it quietly in case Jack Frost hears us and decides to return for one last fling). And amid all this productivity the next edition of CJS Weekly drops off the printers, online already and paper copies due on Monday as usual. 13 pages this week with 104 new paid posts of which 69 were sent direct to CJS.