“To Every Thing there is a Season”-Ecc 3:1

Dear readers,

Spring Break takes on various meanings depending on who you ask. For Educators and students, it’s a much-needed break before the state exams. For some families, it’s time spent sitting at the Easter and Passover dinner table. For me it’s all the above and more. Spring break is a time of slowing down, and restoration. A time to stop and inhale the newness of nature, and to start planning for summer vacation, and all the other things that entering a period of slowing allows us to do. So, this week of Spring Break, I am grateful for peaceful mornings, a shorter work week, warmer weather, and with the blooming of fresh flowers, the universe has blessed me with a new friend.  And for this I am Immensely humbled.

What Say You?

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2 comments

  1. The Chaos Realm

    Playing catch-up. New freelance writing leads. Revising my mystery/suspense manuscript for ten-thousandth time. Work on my budget. Get my poetry manuscript published (Check–all done!), get my weekly menu planner done, hmm, what else? Grateful to have a break from the….*coughs*…wonderful joy-filled teenagers. LOL (I’m a substitute teacher.)

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