I have always loved the changing of the seasons. There is something so wonderful and thrilling about leaving the old one behind and looking forward to new delights in the new season that you haven't seen for a whole year! :)
Here is just a tiny smidgeon of what I love about each of the seasons.
The warm sun, Christmas (yay!!), barefeet and jandals, beautiful summer flowers, barbecues, summer fruits like peaches and apricots and nectarines, beaches, walks, icecream, tree climbing, long warm evenings, frisbee, Dad home from work, delicious birdsong, long holidays.....
Golden-brown leaves, orange leaves, red leaves, beautiful colours, the days beginning to shorten, that first fire in the fireplace, marshmellows, wearing more clothing and being bundled up, apples, gumboots, the knowledge that on the other side of the world everyone is getting blessed with spring....
The hopefulness that it might snow, skiing, frost, cups of hot chocolate, squelchy mud, being able to see your breath linger in the air in a beautiful frosty cloud, hail, bowls of hot soup, being toasty warm, shorter days and longer to spend cuddled up in bed....
The joy of new life, baby animals, lambs prancing in fields, daffodils, blossoms everywhere, that delicious spring rain, ducklings following their mothers everywhere, fresh air, warmer temperatures, opening up the windows wide, looking forward to summer, green grass everywhere...
For us over here in NZ Spring is here!! Yay!! It's September, and everyone knows that September is Spring! I must confess it. Spring is my favourite season. :D I love them all... but there is always something so refreshing about spring coming after winter. And I absolutely love all the blossoms out and about.
So tell me, what is your favourite season?
I absolutely love Fall! The clothing, weather and food is just perfect! I love the breezy weather and when you wear light mittens.ReplyDelete
Cathy // HELLO, CATHY
Fall is brilliant isn't it! Or as we say here in NZ, Autumn. :) I love how the weather starts getting cooler and the nights lengthen.Delete