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While spring seems to be bursting out all over the Island, there are still spots of gray up in Aquinnah.
I know that the big day this week is Sunday, which is Mother's Day.
It feels like the season is kicking in, even though up here the trees are mostly bare.
Easter is this weekend, and you know what that means: the giant Easter egg hunt at the Duck Inn, which starts this Sunday at 1 pm.
I went from hearing no pinkletinks a week or so ago to hearing them all the time.
Looking for a little color and pizzazz to get you through the last gray days of early spring? Well, tonight kicks off the start of Martha's Vineyard Fashion Week, an event organized by Richard Skidmore and Melissa Breese.
Well, did I jump the gun on the welcoming of spring last week or what? I woke up last Thursday to five inches of snow, convinced that we would have a snow day.
I had a friend visiting from Vermont this weekend (where it is still snowing), and he said, "Well you guys are in full-on spring.
I don't mean to start on a dark note, but I feel I must mention the earthquake and the following tsunami that happened in Japan last week.
Welcome back to everyone who was away over February break, and I really hope you all brought some warmth and sunshine home with you because the winter thing is getting a little old around here.
March has arrived in true soggy fashion, but this month does host the first day of spring — officially, although I always feel like spring doesn't really start here until May.
School vacation week a.
It looks like we're in for a little February thaw with temperatures in the 40s most of the week.
We had lovely weather for Super Bowl Sunday; it was nice to be able to go outside without being too bundled up.
February has arrived and what do you know: it's cold and a little quiet here in Aquinnah.
February starts next week.
We were so confident, so sure the game would be so easy.
I ran into June Manning at the library last week and we were both at a loss for any news happening in our small town.
I think I say this every year, but, "Thank God the holidays are over.
Well, well, well the Sunday after Christmas was perhaps not the best day for traveling in the Northeast.