Personally I am done with it after I work up this 50 pounds. What a mess and I'm not a messy thrower. I had to scrub everything off so I could use my space again. Oh well, every day is a new adventure. I guess for now I will stick to the Standard 365 that reminds me of the Hampton River clam flats on a hot day in July
I am a math interventionist k-6 and posted above my desk is the quote, "If I can't learn the way you teach; will you teach the way I learn?" Personally the way I learn best changes with my mood, attention/interest level, and the content.
Sleet and freezing rain here in NH. Still have an average of 1 1/2 feet of snow on the ground. By the gas kiln.... the shoveled pile is just below the roof line.
No spring here yet.
I must be a bit north of you as we still have at least 3 feet on the flat in our yard and plenty of snow banked up over 6 feet from plowing this winter. Over the weekend we had to shovel the roof of the barn because the snow had stacked so high under the eaves there wasn't any room for it to slide off. The Mt. Washington Valley had a banner snow year this year, but it's time for a little spring.