So many of these entries of the diary contain medical news and reports, so today I shall begin with telling you that, no matter how many snow storms we might get in the near future, spring really is around the corner. Our first primrose, a bright yellow one, showed us how brave it has been to survive the icy storms and to be ready for its spring presentation. Then, I noticed that the periwinkles are peeking out from beneath their green evergreen leaves and, lastly, the hellebores, also known as the Christmas Rose, are popping out in various places in the flower garden. They are such welcome signs, especially for us, as we think that anything hovering arounmd the freezing point is winter at its worst.

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