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Debbie in the QVC Presenter calendar OK, how would you like to get your hands on one of our limited edition QVC Presenter calendars?

We're all in there, along with some really handy hints and tips that are there to help you through the year. We'll draw a winner at random from Comments left on this post on the subject of – it's now March, what does spring mean to you? What jobs do you always do in the spring?

Leave your comments by March 31st and we'll pick the winner on April 1st (no Fooling!)

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  1. maureen cassidy March 17, 2011 at 3:09 pm -  Reply

    I alway try to clean my house from top to toe but I dont always get very far as I have to tune in to QVC .As you can imagine I am soooo easily distracted,or should I say any excuse not to do housework will do.Keep up the great work you all do.

  2. Helen McDonald March 17, 2011 at 7:48 pm -  Reply

    In the spring my ideas are about starting to grow sunflowers and friut and vegtables.I have 2 small children and they loved watching as the seeds grew.You can grow lots of herbs too you dont even need a garden we started with basil, chives and parsley. We also grew potatoes from tubs and pots so no garden required.
    I love watching richard jackson as he is so entusiastic and gives lots of tips

  3. Michelle Roberts March 18, 2011 at 1:29 pm -  Reply

    In March i’m always busy deep-cleaning and power-washing out door runs in my cattery getting ready for Easter and a another busy summer(fingers crossed)
    I also love the lighter mornings and evenings and the lovely spring flowers and i seem to have more enery in the spring so my
    four yorkshire terrier’s get lots and lots of walks.
    Spring time you can start to feel more warmth in the sun and that feeling is just wonderful!!

  4. Annette Roberts March 18, 2011 at 5:46 pm -  Reply

    In spring my thoughts turn to…no more S A D days…lots of sunshine (hopefully), longer days, shorter nights and happy people…bliss!

  5. Cheryl March 18, 2011 at 6:52 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debs
    Spring for me means hope for warmer weather. 26th March is my parents anniversary so always a time to celebrate . This year it is their 51st anniversary. Last year we were over in Sydney for it and celebrated with having lunch up the centre point tower with 360 degree views —Magical.
    It also means longer days so when I leave work after a night shift it means I no longer feel like a badger going to work in the dark and going home in the dark!!
    Love to you and the Pogs
    Cheryl in Morecambe xx

  6. Joanna Downey March 19, 2011 at 3:07 pm -  Reply

    Spring isn’t my favourite season; I will always love Autumn more. However, it is the one I look forward to the most. I know that it has been described as “Oh treacherous Spring” but I like to think it is the time for eternal hope. My Mum’s birthday was St Patrick’s Day, with my Parents’ wedding anniversary following three days later, so celebrations at this time of the year have always been a big part of my Family’s calendar. The light changes, the dry twigs of Winter swell with the promise of blossom and there is a different, fresher, fragrance in the air. I don’t like January and February, so this is the start of my NEW YEAR.

  7. Anita Anderson March 19, 2011 at 7:49 pm -  Reply


  8. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:10 pm -  Reply

    Maureen – funny! I know what you mean! QVC’s fatal for me if I turn on at home when I’m trying to write! lol

  9. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:15 pm -  Reply

    Helen – what a lovely time this is with your little ones! I remember those days… Mine are now 24 and 21 but my youngest neices all seeing it all anew – just 4 and nearly 2 – nice when brother Glenn brings them over. (And nice when they’ve been over a while, it’s been lovely to see them, had a great time and then….they leave again! lol!!)

  10. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:17 pm -  Reply

    Michelle – I can imagine your cattery keeps you really busy in the summer too!

  11. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:18 pm -  Reply

    Annette – Anita – I absolutely looooove the warmer days and lighter nights – hope they take up that suggestion of keeping clocks forward permanently!

  12. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:20 pm -  Reply

    Cheryl – say happy 51st to your parents. Trip last year sounds fabulous – I’ve been to lunch in the post office tower but pales by comparison I’m sure! lol

  13. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:22 pm -  Reply

    Joanna – how evocative your comment is! Yes ‘eternal hope’ sums it up for me too – and just this morning I opened the window and thought exactly that about the freshness in the air – wonderful fragrances here in the Surrey countryside. Except when they bring the muck to the field next door of course! lol

  14. debs flint March 21, 2011 at 12:23 pm -  Reply

    Anita – how creative – lovely!

  15. sylvia March 25, 2011 at 10:18 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie
    This march means a lot to me as I was awaiting an operation on my very sore foot and I;ve just had it done! WHOOPEE! Now I can get on with my life again as this has blighted it.I have 2 5month old puppies and when I am healed they will be getting walked off their feet.I also love all the spring flowers about at the moment and of course the wee lambs in the fields.Take Care Debbie x

  16. christina mcgrattan March 25, 2011 at 10:45 pm -  Reply

    I always like to clean my small back garden in the spring.
    after the winter and it looks really lovely.and then I sit out on summer nights with my two pet budgies they loveit.

  17. Yelena Lewis March 26, 2011 at 8:25 pm -  Reply

    Hi Debbie
    I love the fresh misty spring mornings, with the promise of a beautiful day it reminds me of times gone by walking the children to school through the park lunch boxes, bags and fresh clean air.
    Also the daffodils with there beautiful blocks of vibrant yellow, I always clean my windows from top to bottom bringing the freshness in and filling the house with yellow blooms. The longer evenings
    soon to be bring happy times to be in the garden pottering, I love that clean fresh smell of a sharp spring evening which promises the warmth of summer still to come and enjoy

  18. Anita Anderson April 2, 2011 at 9:36 am -  Reply

    Thanks Debs.
    Great to see Paul, I tuned in to the very first airing of QVC and still doing so.
    It is great to see you back.
    Anita x

  19. debs flint April 4, 2011 at 1:02 am -  Reply

    Sylvia – five month old puppies! Bless! It makes me all nostaglic for when my two were small! I do hope your foot recovers soon!

  20. debs flint April 4, 2011 at 1:04 am -  Reply

    Christina – don’t they fly away??! Yes I’m looking forward to some of those balmy evenings this summer too! Glad the clocks have gone back – that’s always a bit of a milestone to me. Lighter evenings – yay!

  21. debs flint April 4, 2011 at 1:05 am -  Reply

    Yelena – lovely! How evocative! Thanks so much for that lovely prose – I was there I tell you, I was there!
    : – )

  22. debs flint April 4, 2011 at 1:07 am -  Reply

    Thanks to everyone who took part and left a comment! The lovely web team will add the winner on here soon! Thanks again – and don’t forget to enter the current comp to win a historical novel by Elizabeth Chadwick too!
    best wishes and enjoy the calendar if you win!

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