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Thinking About The Number 4

Today is the fourth day of a month. It is also the fourth day in a row that I am writing blog posts
because I am getting back on track with writing every day. 

Number four, I thought, had no real meaning to me. It's not one of my favorite numbers. I like 3, 5, and 7 [and a few others] so I started thinking about four. What I actually did was go to one of my sites [PresenterMedia] where I can get images. I looked for a bouncy 4 and it was blue so I changed the color to green and voila! I got my idea! 4 seasons!!

So here we go - 4 seasons!

MY four: seasons

Winter

I love winter. I love winter so much I spent a lot of my adult life living in New England. But then I got tired of all that white stuff under my feet, shoveling it, and all of that so I left. Now I live where I can drive to snow but I don't get it in my city as much.

Spring

I also love spring. I love the flowers growing and the bees are rising but I could get started on my soap box about bees because we don't have enough of them anymore and they're dying off. When the bees go the food supply goes but that's for another blog post.

Summer

Summer is not always my favorite season. It really depends on where I live. I do not like hot and I especially do not like hot and humid. And I lived in Washington DC for almost 2 decades so I know hot and humid. I can adapt to it, but I prefer to avoid it.

Fall

I do like fall. I love the colorful maple leaves that fall. When I was a kid we collected them and coated them with paraffin so that we could have them forever. 

Thoughts? Comments? Random Newsletters?

Thank you!

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  • I would love winter more if my job didn’t require me driving in it. But it is beautiful. Summer time is where the living is easy! Spring is the rising of earth energy. A wonderful food for the soul.

    • Thank you. I love all seasons but in moderation. As I mentioned, I lived in New England that really did tire me of all the snow, And all the driving that I had to do in it. I still love snow and I’ll probably drive to some next week.

  • Lily says:

    I love all the seasons but some more than others. I don’t feel as well in heat but I love the cold of a sunny January day. I do love your graphics.

  • I am with you on not liking the heat, especially when it’s also humid. Fall is my favorite season, although Christmas is my favorite seasonal experience. I would love to live somewhere where there is a very distinct transition to fall, and then a big celebration of Christmas with a small town feel.

    • Thank you for the comment, Jeanine. You might really like some small New England towns. Fall is lovely and is a real transition. And in most New England towns, there’s snow on the ground and lots of decorations, and they’re very Christmasy around the end of the year. You do have to like snow because you can have it from September through May. And have large heating bills to go with it 🙂

  • Cheryl says:

    Creative. I love the pictures.

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