• Giving more time to witnessing the emerging, unfurling, loosening, growing, and changing that is spring.
  • Looking under rocks for salamanders.
  • Noticing the firsts of the season – dandelion, robin, fiddlehead, dogwood blossom, buttercup, forsythia…
  • Preparing more nutritious meals.
  • Cleaning and organizing our living space. Giving more away. Washing the wood floors and windows.
  • “Love the earth into a luminous, precious stone.”
  • Making offerings to the land.
  • Playing music.

These are some of my spring wishes.