Collecting daffodils from my backyard....and silently thanking the previous owners for their gift of time in planting them before they moved.
Working in my flower beds, both weeding and planting flowers (although I prefer the latter:)
my favorite thing to do in the spring is take a long walk, and let the son bask into my skin, and then after that I would ride my bike to let blood flow through my body, and then I would like to sit under a tree and read just to enjoy the day. I hope this helps...oh and jumping on a trampoline is a no brainier, especially for the kids.
I love basking in the long awaited warmth of the spring sun. I live in New England and today we had a gloriously warm, sunny day with temps in the low 70's. All the windows were opened and I sat in the warm sun and took it all in. All the neighbors were out in their yards and we greeted each other like long lost friends! Spring for me is like coming out of the dark cave of winter. I love it!!
by Laura Schneider 4 years ago
What is your favorite early sign of Spring?What do you look forward to the most every winter when Spring is about to occur: the return of certain birds? Plants peeping through the soil? Walking barefoot in the grass? Shelving your winter coat and breaking out your summer clothes?
by The Rope 8 years ago
There is an old theory that says a person should be able to name at least 1 activity for every year they are old (42 years old = at least 42 activities). It sounds easier than it is. What's your favorite (excluding HP of course since obviously that is #1 for most).
by Brian Slater 6 years ago
What is your favorite spring plant?
by WheelerWife 3 years ago
What is one of your favorite spring projects?Do you have any spring rituals or projects you do to get ready for the warm months? Any craft projects you are working on to say bye bye to winter? Share!
by Sherry Hewins 5 years ago
It there a certain plant or animal who's appearance best signals the approach of spring for you?
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