30 Days of Thankfulness Day 25
25. Four Seasons
When I was 13, we moved from Oregon to Eglin AFB, Florida. At 16, we moved to Ft. Benning, Georgia. I spent January through May in Ft. Drum, New York my 18th year, and moved to St. Augustine, Florida, when I was 19. I didn’t leave Florida until I was 35 years old.
I now live in Kentucky. Kentucky has the most picture-perfect four seasons for which you can hope. Leaves turn brilliant colors in autumn and fall from the trees as the weather cools and nights become crisp; winter snow and ice cover the landscape during the winter months and the temperatures are take-your-breath-away cold; daffodils and tulips break through the frozen ground, fruit trees bloom in a beautiful array, and days begin to warm in the spring; fireflies light up the evening skies, everything is green, fruit trees bring forth their abundance, and the days are oh-my-goodness-hot in the summer.
I LOVE having four seasons. Love it. I’m thankful to live in a state where they are so picturesque.
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