We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.
The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.
– George Bernard Shaw
Well, we tasted a little bit of Summer one day in April…although I feel that was too soon!
Anyhow…we progress slowly through Spring, and while my tulip magnolia took a huge hit with the heavy frost we had in mid-April, I am ecstatic to see that my weeping redbud and apple tree don’t appear to have been affected and are blossoming nicely.
We seem to be edging close to a pre-pandemic “normal” and it is my sincere hope that some of the joys/lessons we may have discovered during varying stages of lockdown are not lost….the joy of cooking from scratch, the joy of family, the joy of a new craft being revealed or a new hobby discovered (or even revisiting old ones like knitting). Or the importance of connection.
Mother Nature has continued on her path thru’ the pandemic and she now offers us a fabulous opportunity to really enjoy her this spring as we plant gardens, plant new stuff, maybe even put a veggie garden in (or some pots with veggies).
Make this an awesome Spring (you have the power of choice after all).
SEE YOU IN THE OFFICE, ON THE YOGA MAT, UNDER THE BARBELLS!