getting ready for spring
This in-between seasonal 'angst' that we can sometimes feel, right around mid-February, is real.
We've enjoyed (and survived) the holidays, the freshness of New Year has begun to wear off, and the days are ever-so-slightly getting longer. Those blue skies and sunny days are so promising.
But, especially for us up here in the high country, the winter storms just keep popping in to remind us that it's still winter, and it's not quite time to let go of the hygge-vibe just yet.
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Bend low again, night of summer stars.
From Smoke and Steel, by Carl Sandburg, 1920.
However you celebrate, be sure it's outdoors and slow down to really observe and find the beauty all around you. Let me know in the comments below what you think about this sweet poem and what you did to celebrate!
If you're looking for more inspiration, check out the other blog posts about Living with the Seasons here.
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