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Springtime


ShepherdontheRock

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I don't know if I necessarily have a favorite season. But the transition from winter into spring is probably one of my favorite times of the year.

Because not only do I love the warmer weather, the swift breeze,

The smell of blooming flowers and plant life

The fact that I can wear flip flops and looser clothes outside again

Iced Tea, Ice Cream, being acceptable again.

But it brings a renewed hope. A new beginning, of sorts (even though it's when the school year ends.)

New life. Everything dead has shed and fresh new things can be reborn. Everything is alive.

It's the time, for me, when hope is the most alive.

Der Frühling will kommen,
Der Frühling, meine Freud',
Nun mach' ich mich fertig
Zum Wandern bereit

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laPapessaGiovanna

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And now we know why you are the Shepherd on the rock :) (feeling a bit dense for not guessing earlier). 

I am sure you play it very well with the passion and understanding it requires. I'd need a bit of Schubert or Vivaldi today...

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ShepherdontheRock

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1 hour ago, laPapessaGiovanna said:

And now we know why you are the Shepherd on the rock :) (feeling a bit dense for not guessing earlier). 

I am sure you play it very well with the passion and understanding it requires. I'd need a bit of Schubert or Vivaldi today...

Haha that username seemed to go best with the fundie theme hahaha. And I didn't feel right naming myself MozartConcerto.

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