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spring's so close i can taste it.
although, i did just get out in my shirt,
it's still a long-sleeve shirt.
Enjoy the sunshine:)
there's a beautiful cemetery, someone had the forethought to plant wild thyme years ago.
now and then i wander out there just to lay around in the thyme and seep in all the wandering souls.
I still haven't managed to visit that cemetery, though I've always been intrigued by its setting on top of the hill, with its steep access road. But I will stop by sometime soon, on a nice day.
Do other upstate New Yorkers have some pleasant places to spend time once the snow is gone?
I live in Queens now - and yearn for those open spaces dearly.
To lay in a field of wild thyme sounds transcending.
I think this thread is no longer about snow...
Happy Spring to all!
even here, just before the leap of faith.
ahhh, the christians and their resurrections . ..
but yeah, when the thyme comes back,
life is a beautiful thing.
I was so moved that something as precious as a flower petal, would have the strength to bloom, and bloom, and bloom again.
We did get some of that storm last weekend, though in downtown area it was predominantly rain and only about 2-3" heavy, slushy snow overnight from Sun. to Mon. It was cold, grey and miserable for about a week before and for 3 days after the storm, just above freezing.
Hope it's the last of the freezing temps and snow, though I'm prepared for plenty more Rochester monotone Grey and damp, chilly weather.
Hmmm, it just occurred to me. Eastman Kodak probably invented color film because we Rocehsterarians need brilliant, Kodachrome colored photos on our walls to remind us the whole darn world isn't flat and drab grey 7 months of the year like here.