I took the camera and toured our yard today for signs of spring. No matter how hard the winter has been – and this winter has been cold with ice and snow – by mid-February, signs of spring begin to pop out.
|A few things await my attention|
And that’s about all I have to say today. This winter wasn’t particularly productive in terms of completed projects. I try not to dwell on that because it isn’t – well – it just isn’t productive. If I worked for a company, I know they would press me to show something for my time, but I’m retired, you know, and nothing much pushes me.
|Dogs never worry about accomplishment|
And I believe we can’t always count progress tangibly. Perhaps the most important steps we take are unseen to the human eye – hours of prayer, overcoming sadness and grief, supporting those in need, etc. Short days and long nights are conducive to self-examination and deep thinking.
But enough of that. The daffodils and crocus bring their message of renewal. Onward! KW