I know what you’re thinking. It’s one of two things. One- you’ve already been to the Arboretum, and when you’ve seen one rosebush, you’ve seen them all. Or, two- you have no desire to see displays of flowers. I’m here to tell you, and my On Demand Dallas Delivery Service friends will back me up on this, you’re wrong. In both instances.
I’m a glutton for punishment. I love to mow the lawn. We have a push mower and I like to think of it as exercise, because that’s what it is! Mowing actually burns close to 200 calories every 30 minutes- if you’re using the push-type. While mowing is excellent exercise, and it’s necessary to keep our yards looking nice and neat, mowing can also be incredibly dangerous.
Yesterday in Plano, just north of our Dallas STAT Deliveries home base, tornado sirens wailed through the sky around noon. The noise instantly struck fear into my heart, and wide-eyed, I did exactly what you are not supposed to do when you hear the warning sirens. I ran outside in my backyard and looked up to see what was going on. Thankfully, though unbeknownst to me, this was just an assessment of the emergency system. A few minutes into the sirens, a voice came on the loudspeaker indicating that this was merely a test. Here in North Texas, a tornado can move in faster than a Dallas STAT Deliveries driver. And let me tell you, that’s fast! So we’ve begun preparing our resources just in case disaster should strike now that it’s the season for storms.
There’s a little bit of “crazy” in the air. Can you feel it? It’s not the 83-degree weather we experienced this week (immediately followed by a return of frigid temps). That’s pretty crazy. But, no, this is…madness…March Madness, to be specific. Go ahead, ask our Dallas STAT Deliveries team exactly what makes March so full of madness. They will tell you what any red-blooded American will tell you, it’s NCAA Division 1 basketball.