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April 2000 Issue
Springtime Chores
by Ronda L. Halpin
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The weather outside my door is telling me that it's springtime. For the most part, I welcome the change. However, there are a few things that I could definitely do without -- like all the extra chores associated with spring. Whether it's spring cleaning or raking the lawn or pruning the trees, there's always something to be done. We all have our dreaded chores to do each spring. For me, it's cleaning all of the windows in the house. I feel better after it's done and they certainly look a lot better, but sometimes I just wish they'd clean themselves! So, what's your bane when it comes to springtime chores?

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