Spring on Land


I love to watch the trees bud out and the brilliance of the young, green leaves as spring develops in Texas. Each day I notice the buds slowly increase in size, looking to see if each tree is recovering from the winter.


Then suddenly, in a matter of days, the bare branches are sporting lively greenery that project lacy shadows upon the grass. Our open yard is transformed into a secluded retreat.

Spring’s renewal; new plants with vibrant colors, not yet faded by Texas heat…  if/when we do live aboard LIB, I will miss watching this tapestry each spring.

Posted on April 8, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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