March was a manic month with eight games in just 28 days.
It had a little bit of everything; memorable wins, forgettable defeats and plenty in between.
The period began with a visit to Loftus Road - where the highlight of a 1-1 draw was a squirrel invading the pitch.
Royston Drenthe put Everton ahead with a powerful long-range effort but then he was guilty of conceding the free-kick from which Bobby Zamora equalised.
A week later it was much better as Spurs were dispatched at Goodison. Nikica Jelavic announced himself to the home faithful with a superbly-taken strike which was to begin his Everton goals avalanche.
The Londoners pushed hard in the second half but Everton held on to win 1-0.
As the fixture frequency increased David Moyes - in the process of celebrating his 10th anniversary as manager - rotated his squad for a midweek Merseyside derby. But it didn't end well for the Toffees at Anfield as they lost out 3-0.
A massive FA Cup quarter-final was next on the agenda with Sunderland visiting Goodison. Phil Bardsley put the Black Cats ahead with a shock early goal but Tim Cahill levelled and Everton then should have won.
A replay would ensue but before that Everton hosted Arsenal, Thomas Vermaelen netting the only goal with the hosts unfortunate to end up without a point.
Three days last Moyes and co were in South Wales for a first ever visit to Swansea's Liberty Stadium. It proved a happy hunting ground too, as goals from Leighton Baines and Jelavic secured a richly-deserved win.
That was the first of three consecutive 2-0 victories and the next was hugely memorable.
The FA Cup replay at the Stadium of Light was attended by 6,000 Everton fans with the Club laying on free coaches to the north east.
And the players paid back the Evertonians' loyalty and dedication with a comprehensive dismantling of the Wearsiders.
Jelavic - again - and a clumsy David Vaughan own goal were the difference on the night, as the Blues booked a Wembley date with rivals Liverpool.
The final match in March saw West Brom head up the M6 and they would leave with nothing after goals from Leon Osman and Victor Anichebe brought about another comfortable triumph.