The Washington Times - April 10, 2009, 05:11PM

 



The other morning I came across a really wonderful entry in guidepostsmag.com — a collection of excerpts from “A Mystic Garden.”  In them the author, Gunilla Norris, makes a number of observations and descriptions of some of the things she loves most about spring, and then uses these to create analogies to life — to point out ways in which we can change and grow.  Spring is a time for rebirth in many ways!

Here is the link, if you would like to read what she has to say:

http://www.guideposts.com/story/garden-spring-reflections?page=0%2C0



By the way, if you like spring you might want to visit the National Arboretum on New York Avenue in Washington, D.C.  To say that it is incredibly beautiful is a great understatement!  The Arboretum has an amazing collection of trees, from Japanese maples to cherries to dogwoods, to oaks, to conifers.  It is especially beautiful in April.

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