In Other Words with Dave

A Spring To-Do List:

Remove the shorts out of winter storage, maybe donate the ones that “shrunk” over winter.

Take longer walks around the neighborhood. Get some exercise. If you want to exercise your mind, wave to the neighbors along the way and try to remember their names.

Clean out the attic. Go to garage sales. Replenish the attic.

Consider getting a storm shelter if you don’t have one. If you have one, it’s time to de-spider it.

Take that 1.4 mile loop around Hafer Park. Or maybe turn that walk into a jog and that jog into a 5k. There’s one coming up Sunday March 19th, “The Lucky Coyote” in downtown Edmond.

Switch from scrolling Facebook to scrolling Pinterest – and plan that remodel, raised bed garden or new painting project.

Get out of your comfort zone and try that new restaurant you’ve heard good things about. If it’s sunny, eat outside.

Clean the grill and then try out those marinades you bookmarked on your laptop.

Execute your perfect flower bed master plan again this year. Seriously consider getting an electric bicycle, because pedaling is hard.

Time to re-measure your backyard for that pool you’ve always wanted.

Perhaps it’s time to pop a yard sign in front of your house and support your candidate for Mayor or Council Person. Our city election is April 4th.

Ah, welcome to spring.

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