Tuesday, March 31, 2015

In the Field



Spending time with Ianto and other good friends in the new-grown grass makes me feel good.
As I wander around checking out the new growth and spongy earth, the promise of new plans and whatever surprises appear is better than the grey distance and forced humor of any winter, no matter how unseasonably uncold it might be.

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