3:15 pm, March 20, 2015
It’s spring equinox, almost to the minute. For north Floridians, that means maximum flowering (azalea, fringe tree, dogwood, buckeye, wild iris, columbine); maximum birdsong (parula warbler, goldfinch, brown thrasher, cedar waxwing); and unprecedented pollen. Birth and creation in so many forms! Beauty abounds!
I personally am experiencing a full measure of spring fruition and joy. Five boxes of Coming to Pass were just delivered to our home by my friend, the UPS man. The creation I kept in my notebooks for so many years is ready for your eyes.
It is a special moment, and I’m very grateful.
PS: Did you see the beautiful video made by Rob Diaz de Villegas, of WFSU-TV? Please check it out. Rob also wrote a wonderful blog about our four hours together at Bald Point talking about birds, the book, so I’ll keep my own post short today. Here’s the link that will take you to both video and blog: http://blog.wfsu.org/blog-coastal-health/?p=8717