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Full Moon Follies This is when the snow birds head for the islands, and the rest of us just try to suffer through it. The only good thing about it is Valentine’s Day and all that chocolate. It is supposed to be the shortest month of the year, but it always feels like the longest because it is so gloomy, snowy, cold and thick. In short, February is Full Out Depression Moon. It should be celebrated with Lexapro martinis and shorter work days so people can hibernate as much as possible. March wants to fool you into thinking you survived the winter, but don’t pay any attention to it. It’s a trick! The Dakotah Sioux called it the Moon When Eyes are Sore from Bright Snow Moon. We usually have our biggest snowfalls around here during March. There is a bit more warmth in the air that draws the worms to the surface, but it’s also windy, stormy and bleak. It gets your hopes up with a couple of warmer days, then

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July 2015 ttimes web magazine  
July 2015 ttimes web magazine  

Tidewater Times july 2015