Last week spring showed up.
It was so refreshing that I caught myself smiling every time I went outside and found myself amongst the sunshine and flowers.
There’s something so magical about transition seasons.
It reminds me that life continues on.
We deal with the mundane and the ordinary every day.
Get caught up in routines and unnecessary details that tend to bog us down .
Then all of a sudden you look up and the trees are in bloom, and you stop short at its beauty.
Its nice to take a break and appreciate the wonders that are occurring around us all the time. Wandering through the woods is oddly calming.Its almost like time stands still… and peace abounds.It’s nice to stop and smell the roses. (or Bradford Pears-sidenote:Bradford Pears, while they look pretty do NOT smell pretty.)Either way, it’s important to slow down and connect with who you are.For me this can come in the form of nature walks…lake driving…and getting lost in a good book or movie.Another thing spring reminds me of is newness.
When the forest comes alive and the ground bursts with color, I become motivated to come out of “winternation” and go out, explore, and try new things.
I’ve been taking ballet classes for a little bit now and I’m in love with it! The first class was scary, not to mention difficult, but now I look forward to class every week-and my turnout is improving!
I’ve been trying and proceeding rather slowly with learning French, all while researching this trip to Europe…
and just last week I purchased my plane tickets for our Backpacking Europe Trip!
It’s incredibly scary and exciting, but that’s the point isn’t it?
Life begins when you step outside of your comfort zone.