Tag Archives: spring

Blurred Lines

Winter has been a blur of white and glittering gray, and the line between seasons has imperceptibly been crossed. Driving overnight rain plumped dessicated berries, turning garnet into cherry red.  The sun erupted this morning, transforming the last raindrops into … Continue reading

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A Swath of Sepia

Part of my visual memory seems to be lacking: until this Spring, I do not remember seeing  the swath of sepia that lies in between the bright budding green, pink and white trees and magenta rhododendron bushes on one side … Continue reading

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Invincible Summer, Perpetual Spring

My sister-in-law today sent me a quote from Albert Camus: “In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay an invincible summer.”  She is at least the second among my sisters-in-law to suggest to me that … Continue reading

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