For many of us spring signifies longer days, increasing as the season progresses and the temperatures begin to rise.
For the student, spring means break, whether it’s home to Mom and Dad for a week, or off to a tropical island to celebrate time off.
For the gardener, spring equals rebirth. Seeds are planted in nurturing soil and bloom into colors so vibrant they put rainbows to shame.
For the religious, spring often means the renewal of faith.
For the poet, “A little madness in the spring is wholesome even for the king.” – Emily Dickinson
For the romantic, “Always its spring, and everyone’s in love and flowers pick themselves.” – e.e. cummings
For the literary, “Spring drew on . . . and a greenness grew over those garden beds, which, freshening daily, suggested the thought that hope traversed them at night, and left each morning brighter traces of her steps.” ― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre
For the music lover, spring is Vivaldi.
And for the sports fan, spring is the happiest season of all. Opening day is 11 days away…Go Phillies!