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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Beginning of March!


Hey, there! I hope you are as excited about the month of March as I am. If you're in the Northern Hemisphere, the amazing moments of nature's vibrant rebirth are, of course, about to come late in the month and beyond. Southern Hemisphere folks will soon transition to a cool, colorful reprieve in the autumn season. Easter and Jesus' resurrection will be celebrated on Sunday, March 27th this year, serving as a fitting correlation to nature's resurrection of blooming life. As you can tell, I love the spring and fall seasons!

Also, I wanted to thank you for your support and readership of my passionate "geoblogging"! I hope this ad-free source of geography info can be discovered by more intelligent individuals like you, even if only to assert that there is more to the Internet than cute animals photos and videos (definitely feel free to cherish nature's delightfully adorable beings, I know I do!), rumor-at-best gossip, negative news, and biased news reports. If you are also a Facebook liker-follower, below is a message* (in short, thanks again!).


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