Spring Didn’t Get the Memo

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Texas Bluebonnets welcome us each morning, as we begin our hike

Spring didn’t get the memo today
Flowers bloomed while birds blissfully sang
Quarantined within these lovely surroundings
Making sense of the yin and the yang

There’s a long grocery line and I imagine
The cart handle is a ballet bar
I can use it to exercise, but one yoga downward dog
And my husband says he’s headed to the car

I’ve come to appreciate simple pleasures
Like a six-foot visit with a neighbor on the street
Or ordering local takeout
Always good, but now delicious to eat

Some neighborhoods open their windows nightly
And in unison they happily sing
Parents and children spend precious time together
Something only hunkering down can bring

Be comforted that we’ll be well read, well fed
And most probably binge watched out
Remember there’s always a beginning, a middle and an end
This too shall pass, there’s absolutely no doubt

And, when we open our doors and reenter the world
Heads held high, though needing a hairdresser’s touch
We’ll be thankful that spring reminded us to be grateful
For our country, state and city that mean so much

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Nothing like a message in a tree to start the day right

 

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6 thoughts on “Spring Didn’t Get the Memo

  1. Thanks. I was wondering what your take on this whole virus thing would be.

    Most amazing is how every one everywhere is staying home. Incredible!

    Stay safe! And forget the public yoga….it only promotes gawking…..lol.

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  2. Loved this, Linda!

    I am working from home so kept busy yet still feel like we’re in a “Twilight Episode” — world-wide, no less. Very surreal.

    Yes, this too shall pass and we will celebrate life and each other!

    In the meantime, here’s a virtual hug. (( ))

    Stay safe, my friend!

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