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Getting Ready For Spring

Getting Ready For Spring

Spring will be here before we know it.  Spring involves a lot of work and maybe even some fun traveling.  Getting Ready For Spring can be fun with some work thrown in there too.  Kids and the whole family should get involved and you will have everything done in hardly any time.  The inside gets spring cleanup too but let’s concentrate on the outside.

Getting Ready for Spring Planting jigsaw puzzle in Flowers ...

We have to start with the worse part, at least for me.  Cleaning up the yard of all the things that have blown into your yard during winter storm.  You want the yard to look nice.  Start planting the annual plants so they will look gorgeous soon.  We cannot do this until April or May but you may be able to plant earlier. Don’t forget about cleaning the gutters out and check to see if there are any problems cause by ice this winter.

Are you ready for some fun travel.  Spring break is here and the whole family needs a great place to go.  Get some new designer sunglasses, swimsuits, shorts, and t-shirts.  Book a great place and sits on the beach with your favorite sunglasses,, drinks, lotion, and new swimsuit and bask in the sun. This will get you in the mood to get your home ready quicker.

Come back and finish the house by getting out and cleaning up the outdoor furniture.  Set up games and toys or put them in a special spot, for the warmer months, that is easy to get to. Get ready to have some family fun.

Don’t forget to get the rv ready for camping.  This way it is less work the next time you decide you want to go to your favorite campground. Doesn’t it sound good to talk about going camping Friday morning and be able to head out by 5 or 6 after work?

What tips do you have for getting ready for Spring?

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4 Comments

  1. Spring cleaning my yard is on my agenda. I like the tip about the gutters because I always seem to forget about them!

  2. I’m so ready for warmer weather. I’m tired of being cold, lol. I don’t mind cleaning up the yard as long as I get to see green grass and flowers with no snow.

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