Monday, May 3, 2010
Its Finally Here
Gladys Tabor said, "Spring; although a violent season, never ceases to remind us of new life, yet not life associated with violence. Tentative wildlife make their first appearance, the rivers rumbling, ground shaking journey awakening those even in the deepest slumber. Spring rivers, ever mindful of mountainous thaws, may rage; but upon close observation of the mushy, centuries old banks can be found the peaceful up cropping of new life. Wild crocus poke their brave first tentacles of leaves through dank mud, while mint and wild onions await a more sure, less torrid occasion to make an appearance."