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Liturgy of the Seasons

"How good it is to see the brilliant light of the blessed summer day, always brightest just after rain, and to see how every tree and plant is full of new life and abounding gladness; and to feel one's own thankfulness of heart, and that it is good to life, and all the more good to live in a garden." Gertrude Jekyll

We are on the cusp of summer. The days are lengthening and the sun is arcing high in the sky with a radiance that fills the blue expanse overhead. Tender green is awash over all the trees as leaves burst from buds in an exponential growth pattern. It is beautiful. 
Living a mile high, the light is brilliant, just like Gertrude Jekyll describes. It literally seems to throw sparkles over everything it touches. Nature is brimming with verve and picturesque joy.
Spring was so delightful this year as we tended seeds and watched them sprout, almost miraculously, from the dark ground. What defiance nature shows, with roots spreading deep and a will to grow toward the li…

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