We are in the middle of Wintertime – Waiting for Spring, a Spring which seems so far, far away. Nature has donned it’s winter garment and everything seems frozen in time. Can, or will everything underneath survive? What will return and what will not and in what condition?

 

Never cut a tree down in the wintertime.

Don’t ever make a negative decision in the low time.

Never make your most important decisions when you are in your worst moods.

Wait.

Be patient.

The storm will pass.

The spring will come.

(Robert H. Schuller)

Wintertime - Waiting for Spring
Wintertime – Waiting for Spring                                             Photo: Jan Bjerring

 

 

 

 

Winter can be long for garden lovers, but it does have its rewards.                                      Just think of all the dreams and plans it gives birth to.

You can sense, if you pay close attention, that there is soemthing brewing underneath the frozen soil.

Maybe it’s an illusion, but if so, it’s a welcomed one.

 

 

Wintertime – Waiting for Spring

 

Winter is a time of promise because there is so little to do — or because you can now and then permit yourself the luxury of thinking that it is so. And blessed are the idle hours, because they give us time to reflect.

Yet looking out at the frozen land, every ray of sunshine is welcomed.

Wintermoods Phot: Jan Bjerring
Wintermoods                             Photo: Jan Bjerring

Maybe spring wouldn’t be so welcomed if it hadn’t been for the long, cold winter.  Without cold there is no warm, without darkness there is no light?

……if nudism was religion, I am sure that there would be lots of atheists in the winter!

So we sit still in the Wintertime – Waiting for Spring to come!

 

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