Thursday, March 1, 2012

Counsel for March

The following comes from W. W. Phelps, Almanac for the Year 1859: The Third after Leap Year; and after the 6th of April, Thirtieth year of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Great Salt Lake City, UT: J. McKnight, 1859), 5:
MARCH is a month of notoriety: wind and weather permitting, gardens, fields and fences should be attended to; stock kept from damaging the fruit and shade trees; radishes, peas, lettuce, and a variety of good things for the table, as well as for ornament, should be put in the ground for an early start. A wise man prepares for good and evil.

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