This past week, we enjoyed a couple of beautiful spring like days. Most of our snow melted and the grass started looking an almost green color. Tiring of winter storms, it was a nice change. It reminded me of a little poem my mother used to recite when I was young. It went something like this:
Spring has sprung
The grass has ris' (pronounced: riz)
I wonder where
The flowers is.
I'm not sure who wrote those words of wisdom, but I composed something similar during yesterday's retreat into winter:
For one whole day
Then winter returned
And got in the way.
Cheri Crane winter\spring 2008
I added to it this morning:
Eventually spring will arrive to stay
Even though it's snowing today
Soon the storms will pass on by
The sun will remain in a cloudless sky
Until it arrives
Ponder spring flowers
That refuse to bloom
Without numerous showers.
Cheri J. Crane
May 1, s008
You may wonder how the picture above ties into this blog. Two valid reasons: it shows a combination of spring and winter. Also, today happens to be the 26th wedding anniversary for my husband and I. We were married in the Logan Temple on May 1st, 1982. I took this shot earlier this past week during a jaunt to Logan. As we came around the corner from Logan Canyon, I was impressed by what I saw. Later that same day, I had to drive back up that little winding road by Utah State to snap this picture, risking life and limb, but I digress. =)
Happy Anniversary, love of my life. ;)