It’s Good to See You, Spring. ~ Amani Omejer

Via Amani Omejer
on Mar 20, 2014
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As a kid, I used to love Spring.

Spring meant Summer, and Summer meant hours spent in water—water, to me, is the epitome of fun.

Spring brought sunshine and birthdays and flowers.

It brought more hours to spend playing freely, outside.

The thing I love about Spring, now—along with those things—is the impact it has on my psyche.

I see how the new sprigs of life seep into my being and shine me awake.

I watch how the Earth’s vitality becomes contagious, and I can’t help but want to fill my days with life.

My love for adventure is blooming like a daffodil (not that it ever really went away).

My desire to explore and feel out-in-the-world, is suddenly—and constantly—waiting for me at my front door.

All I want, is to do.

And all I want, is to nurture and be gentle, too.

When I’m lying in the park, soaking up the sun, I wonder where I’ve been the last four months.

I’ve been hangin’ with my mate, Winter, but it’s really good to see you again, Spring.


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About Amani Omejer

Amani Omejer is a writer and editor living in the green city of Bristol, UK. She spends her time writing, drawing cartoons, and tucking herself into pockets of nature. She believes in the importance of telling your story, connecting with nature, laughing, photographing moments, good food, clothes swapping, adventure, cold water swimming, drinking herbs, and napping. She tells her story on her blog. You can follow that and her other writings via Facebook, her website, or Instagram (@amaniomejer).


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