Wednesday, March 19, 2008

If the president says so, then we must believe

Telegraph writer Phillip Ramati spoke with CBF President Wright Tilley for an article in this morning's paper about the budding blossoms around town. Tilley says he thinks the blossoms will be perfectly timed with the festival's start:

"I think it's going to be perfect," he said. "We should have a good canopy of blossoms when it starts. It's going to be great for the early visitors to the festival. As long as we don't get heavy, violent storms, the trees should hold their blossoms."

If Tilley's correct and the blossoms are around for this year's festival, that will make 3 out of 4 years of such great luck under his charge. I still think maybe he's out singing to the trees at night.

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