Yesterday finally marked the first day of frühling for the Northern hemisphere. Frühling means spring in the wonderful language of German. It is one of my favorite German words along with my favorite season. Out of all the seasons of the year I can for sure say that spring is my favorite. The birds begin to talk and come alive. Winter is always a drag so spring melts the remaining snow. Tulips and daffodils emerge from their underground hibernation. The whole world seems to go from drab to colorful.
For the past 6 months I have been longing for the beginning of garden season again. Gardening is a deep rooted hobby within my soul. With the blooming of spring here that also means that this blog will begin to be filled with many gardening posts. Flowers will begin to bloom and the trees will begin to unravel their new leaves. How exciting is that? I certainly love seeing change. This world is so amazing in a way that it holds seasons so we all do not have to see the same thing over and over.
"That is one good thing about this world... There are always sure to be more springs."
The bees begin to buzz around and fly from flower to flower pollinating and keeping the world going.
Birds -big and small- begin to sing their songs early in the morning.
The sky brings forth puffy cumulonimbus clouds.
Leftover snow begins to melt creating puddles in the yard.
The wind brushes through blowing out the remaining cool air.
It is finally warm enough to travel outside for long periods of time with a light jacket.
Being able to go camping, ride motorcycles, and go kayaking is just a few more blessings of spring.
The first kiss of spring brings forth the small flowers that gives joy at the end of a seemingly endless winter season.
The light is finally here where we can see it.
Growing season now allows us to plant more food.
"Where flowers bloom so does hope."
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