From Robert Whitcomb’s “Digital Diary,’’ in GoLocal24.com
.comThe resilience of life shows itself with a flourish in the frustrating two-steps-forward-one-step back of late winter/early spring in New England. The early flowers – crocuses, snow drops, etc. – bloom in a thaw, then get frozen solid, then thaw out again and bloom again. A yearly wonder. Then there’s the sometimes amazing adaptability to living close to humans of some wild animals from the countryside. I thought of that when being told of yet another coyote on Providence’s Blackstone Boulevard. Its diet presumably includes cats.