Spring is my favorite season. Not only does it bring warmer weather, but it means the appearance of bluebonnets, one of my favorite flowers. Every time I see a patch of them on the side of the road, it brings a smile to my face. Unfortunately, we don’t have a lot of them in the town where I live. But when we had to travel last week, we saw one large field of bluebonnets, and it was absolutely beautiful. I wish I had been able to take a photo of it to share with you all. There’s something about the bright blue against the green grass that makes my heart happy.
This spring, however, doesn’t just bring new life. It’s also bringing in a whole host of new changes for our family. We’re moving to the beautiful Texas Hill Country. Not only is that area green, but this time of the year, bluebonnets are growing everywhere. I’m looking forward to all of the photography opportunities that will bring. I’m also excited about the possibility of fireflies. We’ve been camping a short ways from the town we’re moving to, and we saw fireflies in the late spring/early summer. Fireflies have always fascinated me.
Meanwhile, I’ve been packing like a madwoman and trying to hold onto my sanity. lol It’s been a few years since the last time we moved. If you have any hints or tips, I’d love to hear them!
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