Lions and Lambs
The weather of March is likely to keep us ever on our toes. As the old saying goes, “March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb,” traditionally meaning that the start of March is still in the harsh throes of winter, while the end of March brings a soft spring thaw. Meteorologist Ashley Kaepplinger explains that this oft-uttered proverb does ring with some truth. March is a transition month, bridging the seasons and bringing variable weather events for much of the world.
Finding Common Courtesy
Many lament that common courtesy is not so common anymore. If someone you know is acting less than civil, March 21, Common Courtesy Day, is the perfect opportunity to tactfully share a few tips and reminders on how to treat others with respect.
Read the full March Newsletter here.