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Tale Weaver – #159 – February 14th – The Coming of Spring

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Image © Adventures in the Wild (Used with Permission)

All of you north of the equator will be looking forward to the arrival of spring.

This week you are asked to weave a tale about the coming of spring, your expectations as the winter moves away.

It could be about your feelings of the spring, what you observe, places you like to go to see natures annual re-birth.

Spring could mean a renewal of relationship, the start of something great or even a time when our hearts turn to thoughts of love after all its Valentines Day yesterday for me and today for many of you.

Let your imagination soar and always have fun with the image.

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18 comments on “Tale Weaver – #159 – February 14th – The Coming of Spring

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  3. Cara Hartley
    February 15, 2018

    The image was used for a symbol of renewal and perseverance, but not in the context of spring, so I’ll just leave this here.
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  8. Jules
    February 16, 2018

    I’m looking forward to some ground breakers… But they’re not here yet.
    New Beginnings?

    • Michael
      February 16, 2018

      I’m sure they will arrive soon…

      • Jules
        February 17, 2018

        I’ll keep looking…
        🙂

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  12. Lorraine
    March 3, 2018

    Oh, and as my father would say, “Spring has sprung, the grass has rize, I wonder where the birdies is”

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