It’s difficult to imagine Spring when there is still snow on the ground. I have yet to see any of the tell tale signs that a change in season is approaching; no buds, no new shoots. Blue skies alone do not a Spring day make.
Spring is in hiding, and along with it, my inspiration.
Spring is a time of new beginnings; fresh and exciting; young and vibrant.
But, with Winter still holding us in its icy grasp, the opportunities of Spring seem very far away.
Perhaps this is just an excuse on my part; a way to hibernate a little longer! A way to delay; to procrastinate before committing to any new projects.
My mind is still fuzzy with snow; slowed by freezing temperatures; reluctant to plan. This long, cold winter has left me tired and lethargic.
But, Spring cannot be far away now! Longer days; sunshine; warmth; light. The sun on my face, reinvigorating and replenishing.
It is time for colour to return; for the vibrant greens and happy yellows to reappear and brighten our days; for splashes of pinks and purples and reds to make us smile.
Spring will be all the more welcome this year; it will be appreciated and enjoyed. Celebrated.
It will inspire!
If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome. Anne Bradstreet
If you have been inspired to write by this weeks Prompt ‘Spring is the time of plans and projects’, I would love it if you would link up. I can’t wait to read your posts!
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1. Link up a new post inspired by The Prompt (although, if you have an old post that fits perfectly, I’d love to read it)
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The linky will remain open until Thursday evening, so there is plenty of time to link up.