Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Spring kissed Austin while I was gone. I saw my first blooming redbud this morning, and a few more fruit trees blooming. Most trees are still bare. I love watching spring start. I will also always remember that Mira died during red buyd time. And I still will always love red bud time. One of the hard things about getting older is that every time of year is associated with a loss now, as well as with births and other joys. There are just so many more memories to make so many more associations.

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Mary said...

I would not say that spring kissed my area quite yet....though it did RAIN today instead of snow. Perhaps that is a start. Spring DOES need to start somewhere.....despite the remaining snow on the ground.

Joe Hendricks said...

Redbuds! That DOES mean Srping, Victoria! Wish I was there to grab a few photos..

vinodkumar said...

hi, i too love the time when all the vegetation starts to bloom and show their beauty, liked the way you write and its true that we loose a year when we get older but we get some experience through which we can welcome the next year...
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