Three Seeds Under

searching for wholeness in a fractured world

Archive for the month “February, 2015”

the spring thaw

Spring is here, or just about.

It feels odd to write that when so many parts of the country are dealing with snow drifts and below-freezing temperatures, but here in Seattle, it’s warm enough that I’ve put away my winter coat. All over my neighborhood, trees are blooming with little pink flowers. Magnolias, I think, though I’m not quite sure. There are daffodils blooming in the traffic circle up the street, and a little hand-painted sign asking people not to pick them. It feels like the world is waking up around me.

And I am waking up, too.

In her amazing song “After All,” Dar Williams says of depression:

It felt like a winter machine
That you go through and then
You catch your breath and winter starts again
And everyone else is spring bound

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