Feels Like Spring by kristin

The past couple of days have been relatively warm and sunny - in the low 60s here on the Mendocino coast. Hardly any frost on the ground for the past two mornings, after several weeks of frost covered grass. I'm sort of obsessively monitoring the daffodils in my yard - waiting for the first golden bloom to emerge. The paperwhites I forced on my kitchen windowsill have kept me company during the cold, frosty mornings, but they are nearly finished, and I noticed that the alyssum, which appeared nearly dead as I transplanted it in a few key places last fall is popping up all over. Success! Spring is in the air, if only temporarily - but it is on the way. Hooray!green smoothie

Besides bringing flowers, Spring showers and longer days, maybe thoughts of Spring cleaning - or better yet, a Spring cleanse. It is the perfect time of year to renew not only our spirits but our bodies. Drinking plenty of green juices and a adding a squeeze of lemon to fresh water first thing in the morning cleanses the liver and removes some of the sluggishness we might feel from eating some heavier foods to keep us warm and spending more time indoors during the long winter. That puts a spring in our step and the longer days motivate us to get outside and get our mojo working again!

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2 thoughts on “Feels Like Spring by kristin

  1. cheryl

    yeah~Spring is great! Luckily, we’ve had a very Spring-like Winter here in New Orleans! Still…looking forward to the fresh breezes and colorful nasturtiums soon to appear!

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