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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

A Change of Season

As I look out the window, the sun is shining, the snow is melting and the birds are singing. The Season is actually starting to change. Sure, there is still a month or so left of Winter, but the temperature is getting warmer, the days are getting longer and if you look real close the trees are actually starting to form small buds. Spring will cast it's spell on us all soon enough. I have never anticipated Spring as much as I have this year. I am so excited about this Spring in particular, because the Summer house that we are remodeling is going to be complete by May 1st. Right now the camp is taking shape. Wood walls are going up, colorful paint is being added on the walls, light fixtures are being meticulously placed. All of the intricate details are being strategically added to reshape and remake my small little Lake house into the beautiful new rustic home it is going to be. I anticipate this new abode more than I can say. I know that with the change of season, I will also be getting a new home. Therefore, I am for certain looking for all of the signs of the new Season everywhere that I can. I am anticipating the hope of sitting in the warm sun on my new patio overlooking the Lake. I am visualizing the new season to come as though it were already here. I can taste it, I can smell it, I can feel it today on this cold winter day. A change of Season, means a change in perspective. A new angel and new prospect awaits me. It is just around the corner. A change of season brings new hope. A new confidence that things will be brighter, things will be warmer, and the flowers in life will again bloom with certainty. I anticipate with assurance that the change of Season is a change of life, lifestyle and new found hope for the future to come. A hope that all is secure, all is well and all is prosperous and bright. Here is to a Change of Season!

"The flowers are springing up, the season of singing birds has come, and the cooing of turtledoves fills the air."
Song of Solomon 2:12


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