“Behold, we know not anything; I can but trust that good shall fall at last – far off – at last, to all, and every winter change to spring.” – Alfred, Lord Tennyson (l850) In Memoriam A.H.H. Prologue.
And, today, spring returns to Texas!
On a day like today (sounds like the first line of a familiar song?) it seems that spring has returned. There are yellow wildflowers blooming in the pasture, the familiar doe with her last spring’s twin fawns, leisurely grazing in the new grass and a couple of last year’s plants had put on blooms of pink and yellow! Yep, once again, spring has sprung.
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