I am ever so grateful to Ruth Ayres for inviting us to share and celebrate events, big or small, from our week. I did not think I was going to get this post written because I am so far behind in the things-that-need-to-be-done list. It is THAT time of year.
I am so grateful that I live in an area that has four seasons. If I had to rank them, I would rank spring as last. Spring is cold, rainy and so unpredictable, but we are rewarded by what comes after it. And that is a cause for celebration.
Today I celebrate spring.
I celebrate rainy days... because the grass is green and flowers are blooming.
I celebrate tree pollen and sneezing... because the trees are no longer bare.
I celebrate helicopters (maple seeds) strewn in my yard and landscape... because the trees from which they fall provide shade in the hot summer days.
I celebrate hectic schedules...because that means the end of the school year is near.
Have a great week and may you find many celebrations along the way.