All Things New ... Again
Spring doesn't come easily, although it comes around naturally. Some shoveled mountains of snow and endured harsh extreme weather. Tears flowed and weary worn out things shed and withered so life could begin anew. As Earth recycles itself, what never gets old for me are my daughter's paintings and drawings from long ago.
Some of us who have seen it all before never tire of the wind-swept horizons that survive winter storms. While I wait my turn in this restorative season of vaccines and sandcastles, there is a clear sense that doors previously closed are opening. Familiar landscapes look more promising when seen through the fresh eyes of spring.
|Still the kid I used to be|
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