Posts Tagged ‘Spring’

As I gaze out of my library window, I see only fog and mist.  What thoughts occupy my mind at such a time, when I cannot venture outside into my gardens to explore the wonders of burgeoning springtime?  They say that May is the lusty month — do you not agree?  I find my musings wandering toward those areas often kept private.  And yet, we are all human and subject to the same tugs and pulls of the season which cajole us into romance, are we not?  In Paris, where by this time the gardens are full of flowers and fragrance, it was a rare day that I was not led blithely astray by one of the beautiful French mademoiselles.  I fondly recall those carefree and dare I say informative afternoons spent under the shade of centuries old trees. 

I already feel the fog lifting from my spirits.


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