In The Park

The sun shines and, suddenly, the park turns into a fantasyland…

The wind is cold, but if you manage to find a sheltered spot, you can start to feel the sun warm up your wintry pale skin and give you rare tingles of energy, like goosebumps, running up into your veins. The hepatica blossoms color last year’s grass in wave of blue, washing away the last remnants of snow, wiping it from our memories. For a few months.

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43 responses to “In The Park

  1. Finally beginning to look warm and spring-y up there! 🙂 We’ve been enjoying 20+ temperatures consistently since the past few weeks, it has been amazing here this year. Today the highest is expected to be 27 degrees hehe. Enjoy your day and soak up all that sunshine, Snow! 🙂

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    • Oh wow, what lovely temperatures you have already!! Here, it’s been around 10C most of the time (at best perhaps 15C momentarily) but already we’ve gotten more sunshine in this past week than we probably had all last summer! So these are good signs! 😀
      Soaking it up, yes! Thanks, Pooja! Enjoy your sunshine!

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  2. Glad to see you’re getting some sunshine. If it’s any consolation, that’s better than where I live in Hawaii. It’s been grey and rainy for ages now. I like the ballerina photo particularly, very evocative.

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    • Thanks Veronique, happy sunshine to you too! 😄☀️ There actually aren’t that many people here you know, no crowds except during sales!! Also, the babes wake up at 5:30 so we were already at the park when most people were still at home sleeping! 🤣🤣🤣

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