Spring in the City

It’s cliché, but it’s true. The bursting of the delicate leaves out of the tips of hitherto dead-seeming twigs is utterly magical.

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The primroses here are wonderful. I’m used to only the pale yellow ones, but here they are just as common in all shades between pink and purple.

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They adorn my kitchen windowsill beautifully. :)

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I also find beautiful, the retro-style electric bus lines which trap the majority of the city under what seems sometimes like a giant spider web. I’ve yet to see the giant spider. Luckily.

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Also very beautiful this evening, is the fluffiness of the short little needles on the blue fir (I think, my father will correct me if not,)

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and the smooth, bare, twisted limbs of the plane trees.

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I find spring completely wonderful. I’m aware of what I said about autumn being my favourite season, but I’m prepared to go back on that!

My good mood has absolutely nothing to do with 20% off all wine in Coop. Honestly!

 

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