The force that through the green fuse drives the flower... first line of a poem by British Poet, Dylan Thomas
April showers turned naked, leafless branches into gorgeous blossoms and flowering, fluorescent green trees that show off their glory. Even on the grey days, green shoots push through the soil (and bravely force their way through concrete) to announce the end of winter. Fat, heavy rain drops sit on petals and cobwebs, hydrating the earth. I am grateful for the abundance of beauty in nature.
This month of May, as petals open and the weather warms, may you shed any remnants of winter, feel lighter and brighter, and experience Spring with the wonderment of a child.
Our son, Ramsay, will become a one-year-old in a couple of weeks, and this is his first Spring. Taking walks with him brings me endless joy, as he observes and studies every detail of life around him. His reaction to a thistle reminds us to find fun in the little things. Enjoy this quick video:
I love it! You are so creative. Love you Sharon
I knew you were creative, but a poet too?! Love the video of Ramsey. We need to be reminded to keep our childlike wonderment and joy. Thank you for the reminder and the sunshine on this rainy day in Florida!