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Springing ahead

March 21, 2011

Today is the first full day of Spring.

Spring to me always means new growth – it’s the time when we plant our seeds, our new thoughts, for the harvest we will receive in the fall. Now is the time to begin creating anew.

I am right in alignment with the seasons as I start a few new ventures in my own life. I am not going into details at this time. I just want to continue to plant my seeds, and when the new shoots start showing their bright green heads, I will fill you in on more. Let’s just say that I am as excited and as full of energy as the new spring growth I see in the world around me.

I am also watching as my two sons venture into new arenas, planting their own seeds. No matter what else I do with my life, I am their mother, and I can tell you, there is nothing more gratifying than seeing your children doing well as they grow into adulthood. My older son is establishing his own business as a graphic artist, as well as taking commissions on some other art projects. I love that! My younger son is working really hard – doing what it takes – to be a real estate investor. He is studying, finding properties, exploring possibilities, and going forward with his plans. I love that, at 23, he HAS a plan!!! How many people out there don’t?

Spring comes with so much energy bursting forth. What a great time to take advantage of that energy.

What seeds will YOU be planting?

One Comment leave one →
  1. March 21, 2011 6:35 pm

    Love this! It’s always good to see each season as a new time and use that compel yourself forward.

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