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Spring is in the air

18 Apr

Yesterday, when it rained, it didn’t chill me to my bones. Yes,it was damp, but it was a warm, April rain.

I’ve noted the change coming. For the last few weeks, when I arrive at school, I have been greeted by birdsong. That doesn’t happen in Winter and it warms my heart to hear it.

A lot of other things don’t happen in Winter, either.

I am sleeping with a window open regularly.

I  turn the heat up to take the chill out of the house in the morning, but rarely run it the rest of the day.

I consider NOT wearing tights with a skirt.

I choose a light sweater, rather than a heavy one, knowing it will likely travel home in my school bag.

What are your harbingers of Spring?

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