i can't help but be a little sad (that winter is over)
while wading though all the springtime posts.
hello: i love spring.
hello again: i love winter more.
i don't exactly care for change,
no matter how i try to tell myself i don't mind it and be optimistic.
i just really like the cold.
and i get spring fever very badly.
the wanting school to end, the unpredictable weather,
the restlessness and discontentment.
to me, winter (and i know i said this before/a lot)
is refreshing and invigorating.
is it just me or did it go faster this time?
i think it's harder to let go of this year
because the time spent bundled up in fluffy snow really was shorter.
i could go on...
so, it's bittersweet that winter's over.
but after a nice weekend adventure (hashtag farm)
and even a little bit of a tan, the idea of spring being here is easier, i think.
on the spirng/changes topic
here are some shots from some time travel i did recently
also known as a small town senior center.
i think it's important to document these people and their lives/spaces.
they mean so much and are so important, and i really loved the atmosphere.
in reality though, i think my change problem is one of the main factors why i take pictures at all.
to save and preserve a moment because it's all gone so fast.