Spring’s Definition

I looked up the definition of Spring in Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary.  It said: A time of season of growth and development.  The season between Winter and Summer comprising the northern hemisphere.  The months of March, April, and May or as reckoned astronomically extending from March equinox to the June solstice.

My definition of Spring: The time when the earth re-awakens and comes alive after it’s Winter slumber.  The time God chose to  fill our view with color and beauty.  The period of the year when God let’s us know this is His world.

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14 thoughts on “Spring’s Definition

  1. We just returned from a sunset ride and commented on how strikingly lush everything was compared to just one month ago… The ferns unfurling, the new families of geese out for a swim in the creek, the first irises opening and the wild geraniums and phlox brightening the hillsides. Spring has sprung…

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