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  1. Robin Ann

    Season of Easter/Spring renewal/ Hope.

    4 weeks ago
  2. Mary Pat

    The different seasons we experience at this time of year. Here in Colorado, we have had spring and winter in one week, just a few days apart. It is a challenge,but it is helpful for us to center on the moment we are in, because it will change quickly.

    4 weeks ago
    1. Anna

      Hi dear Mary Pat! So happy to meet you here again!

      4 weeks ago
  3. Don Jones

    On this side of the world, I am heading into autumn. It has been a particularly hot, humid and wet summer, so I am looking forward to a change. I love that sense of change in the air.

    4 weeks ago
    1. Joseph McCann

      The wetness is always a blessing from the universe.

      4 weeks ago
  4. Dolores Kazanjian

    Everything. Primarily the warmth; I really don’t like being cold. But also the longer days, the daffodils and crocuses popping up in the front yard, the birds singing their heart out, the Easter music, all of it. Spring is my favorite season. Also the season I was born into (90th coming up.)

    4 weeks ago
    1. Yram

      We celebrate the gift of you!

      4 weeks ago
      1. Dolores Kazanjian

        Bless you, Yram.

        4 weeks ago
    2. Mary Mantei

      Happy upcoming birthday, Dolores. Your life experiences and gained wisdom as you approach 90 are invaluable. I celebrate you from afar. 🩷

      4 weeks ago
      1. Michele

        Same, and every time I look at her profile pic it reminds me of my Nanny💜

        4 weeks ago
        1. Dolores Kazanjian

          Michele and Mary thank you so much.

          4 weeks ago
  5. Meri Khojayan

    The weather change is also changing something in people. Everyone smiles and is kind to each other. With a new leaves new life comes new beginnings and new opportunities. I am grateful for the change and for the opportunity given by nature

    4 weeks ago
  6. Barb C

    Kevin, where are you?

    4 weeks ago
    1. Mary Pat

      I was wondering as well…for the past 7 years Kevin, you have been here without fail. I, on the other hand, have takens several breaks now and then, but always look forward to your words and happenings in your life.
      So, Kevin, where are you?

      4 weeks ago
  7. Barb C

    Only one thing?? Try everything! Sunlight gilds the trees down our street, a welcome sight after dense fog yesterday morning. Earlier a black-capped chickadee gave its two-tone call over and over; he may still be calling but I can’t hear him over my husband on the treadmill. At night frogs peep incessantly, looking for love. The almond tree we planted last year is bursting with buds. Something I missed in clearing out the garden beds has sent up a tall green shoot that needs investigation. I may let it go just to see what happens. The high temperature forecast for today is 65 degrees, so much warmer than yesterday. Spring is springing!

    4 weeks ago
  8. Yram

    The anticipation, the brightness, and refreshness of the earth.

    4 weeks ago
  9. Ngoc Nguyen

    I appreciate God for the change from the “dark night” at 4:30 p.m. Now, I can enjoy sunshine until 7:20 p.m., and it will be even longer this season. How beautiful! I can’t wait for a walk when the temperature is warmer.

    4 weeks ago
  10. O.Christina

    The return of light, warmth and birdsong is just heartwarming and joyful. As one isn´t without the other, it is one 🙂 A happy spring day for all.

    4 weeks ago
  11. Carla

    The return of Birdsongs.

    4 weeks ago
  12. sunnypatti

    Watching the brown turn green… spring offers so much hope!

    4 weeks ago
  13. A
    ActiveD5

    Warm days, flowers and sunshine!

    4 weeks ago
  14. Carol

    Spring has sprung in NE Kansas and the birds are returning. I look forward to hearing their morning songs as they gather in the bushes outside my home office window at dawn each morning. I love watching them as they bathe in the bird bath I’ve located outside my living room window and eat at the bird feeder I’ve placed nearby. There is a Chinese proverb that says, “Keep a green tree in your heart and perhaps a singing bird will come.”

    4 weeks ago
    1. Michele

      Thank you Carol, I had not heard of that one before… I’m sharing with my kids:)

      4 weeks ago
    2. Barb C

      Love this proverb, Carol. You share so many wonderful sayings and resources. Thank you!

      4 weeks ago
  15. Charlie T

    Oh boy. The ONE thing I appreciate
    about this time of year? Hmmm
    I guess it would be that I’m here
    to appreciate it. Here to witness
    another spring. Here to feel the
    warmth come back. Here to see
    the rebirth of nature.

    4 weeks ago
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