Spring is not subtle with regards to life. With explosions of blossoms it emphatically reminds. It bursts with delicate colors. It pushes through chilled earth. It rains. It shines. It shivers. It warms. – Spring is not a modest season. … Continue reading
I love the way trees receive snow, Holding it so generously in their boughs. Wearing it like confection or cotton or a slick lacquer. Letting playful dollops drop when it gets warmer.
Autumn is an easy season to love. She wraps the leaves of trees in striking colors. Leaves that fall like tinted confetti when their time is done. Falling at the urging of a breeze that may be chilled or warm. … Continue reading
“The beauty seen is partly in him who sees it.” ~Christian Nestell Bovee From the Archives: Beauty That Doesn’t Exist
Welcome this season Of sweating and slowing down. Heat brings people out.
Love, you are arms that embrace me. Love, you paint my world vibrantly. Love, you are the foundation of my heart. Love, you are a buttress of support. Love, you are a mirror reflecting what’s best. Love, you are an … Continue reading
Does anything smell superior to a world wet with rain? The verdant saturation of every green thing. – Does anything feel better than the embrace of the sun? Wrapping us in warmth while offering illumination. – Does anything sound sweeter … Continue reading
This—any day like this—is why she adores every transference of the seasons. She doesn’t have a favorite. She loves each one for its unique nature. But she also loves when the qualities of one season infiltrate another. Today is such … Continue reading
I can always fall asleep by the beach. The song of the waves Is a convincing lullaby to me. The soft sand holds me like warm arms. Instead of a pillow, My eyes rest upon the clouds. I can always … Continue reading
How can anyone watch snow fall And not believe in miracles? How can someone stand on the shore of the sea And not ponder infinity? How can anyone look at a star-filled sky And accept that we end when we … Continue reading