Thank you for reading our spring is in the air newsletter of 2017.
Spring is in the air, at least in our region. 2 years ago I wrote about April 1, fool’s day. April 1 means that spring is in the air for a while. Spring is in the air always somewhere and on Canary Islands they say it is always spring, I can confirm that. But how do you know when spring is in the air? If you do an online search on spring is…. it shows:
Spring is the season between winter and summer when the weather becomes warmer and plants start to grow again. We often describe spring as a time of rebirth, renewal and awakening. Many trees are blossoming and early flowers are pushing through the earth. Things are coming back to life! But a spring is also a spiral of wire which returns to its original shape after it is pressed or pulled. And a spring is a place where water comes up through the ground. It is also the water that comes from that place. And when a person or animal springs, they jump upwards or forwards suddenly or quickly. If you spring some news or a surprise on someone, you tell them something that they did not expect to hear, without warning them. So, spring has multiple meanings.
Read more of this insightful blog by Eric Veldkamp