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Top 10 ways to identify that it is May!

Usually sometime around April I stop looking at the calendar because I no longer have time to look at calendars. Life in April and May is generally spent running from one responsibility to the next, non-stop. Then something strange tends to happen at the end of May, and I begin to realize that Spring is in full bloom and that there is indeed a light at the end of the tunnel that all pediatric therapists are running through this time of year. Here are some common experience-markers that are making me believe I will soon have a life again... 10. The semester is over for most college students - and my son completed his undergraduate career! 9. Robins have nested in all of their favorite spots around our building and the baby bird chirping is louder each day! 8. Memorial Day Weekend! 7. Pediatric OTs are beginning to look for jobs! (the better ones always finish out the school year first). 6. My landscaping contractor has repaired the lawn damage from winter plowing and has cut the gra