For Those Who Love the Spring

Just three days till Christmas, with hearts beating faster and expectations raising, I thought I would bring some memories of the season-to-come. As I write this post, I am looking out our large Living Room window to at least a foot of snow on the ground, with Christmas day right now forecasting at a high of 25 deg F. and a low of 6 deg F. Tis the season for snowfall!

Yet, I have always found it nice, especially in Michigan, to remember what springtime is like during the cold and harshness of winter. Don’t mistake me! I love winter for what it is and enjoy the snowfall. One of the reasons I do, though (and this is just one of the reasons), is because I can dream of springtime to come, and springtime would not be springtime without a winter to come before it (to at least some degree).

I hope you enjoy the spring videos below! I had nothing to do with the production of these videos, but I love the song of the birds and the rush of the rivers.

The last video below is particularly special because I spent the first eleven years of my life living in southern Indiana, and this video was recorded in southern Illinois. The nature sounds remind me of many a summer evening in Indiana!

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