T-Shirts and Shorts

I look out the window and see people running in t-shirts and shorts, sweaters tied around their shoulders, no longer needed.  And it’s only mid-morning.

I stroll downtown and hear the growl and roar of over-large motorcycles, a curse on our small river town and a sign of spring.

I guess it must be spring ’cause my windows are wide open. and will probably remain so until November.  But that’s too far in the future to worry about.

In fact, why worry about anything but today.

In fact, why worry at all?  Alfred E. Neuman* wouldn’t.


*  fictitious mascot and cover boy of Mad, an American humor  and satire magazine

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