Sorry about the pun there, but it’s true enough.
Spring is almost fully upon us.
And, despite the trees not having any leaves on them (yet), I have spring fever.
Actually, I think this year, it’s all about the colors:
It was also wonderfully sunny and breezy today. Well, actually, downright windy. Here I am, trying to rock my shades while the wind plasters my hair back:
Have you ever noticed how the world isn’t ever the same day in, day out? There’s always something different, in very little ways. Like in colors all around, and in the lighting, and just in the overall feeling. For instance, if you look at this picture, it might have been a moment captured during the dead cold of winter, but I took it just today, in 60-degree weather:
‘Delicious ambiguity,’ as Gilda Radner once put it. I’ve found it’s something I look forward to each and every day.
Sorry. I’m still seeing photos everywhere, which is why I’m posting them so much.
There are a lot of magnolia trees in my neighborhood. I have a small window in which to get out and snap some pictures. I’ll hopefully get those.
I am off tomorrow, but I have an appointment with Doctor, which will take a majority of the day, what with catching buses, so I probably won’t be posting tomorrow.
As I didn’t leave you a proper Tune for Tuesday, I’ll leave off with a song now.
I’ve been listening to this song a lot lately. Don’t really know why. Maybe it’s entirely the spring fever talking. But perhaps, what with things that have happened both in the world at large and personally, what I’ve realized is resiliency is very admirable. And every person has it, whether they seem to have given up or not. Everyone will carry on, no matter their situation. Things will get better in time.
So I’d like to dedicate this song to all my blog friends, especially Caterina and John.
From the soundtrack to the 2004 film “Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events,” here is composer Thomas Newman with “Resilience.”