Spring

Sue loves spring. It is a season of new life. Nature awakes from its long winter sleep. New grass appears. New leaves bud on trees. The air smells fresh and new.

Sue loves to hear the chirping of the birds. They have returned from their winter homes. Some are busy building new homes. Look up in the trees. You may spot a nest!

Sue enjoys looking for new flowers that sprout in her garden. Tulips are some of the first to push their way out of the ground. The spring rains help the earth come alive. The April showers bring May flowers.

Sue loves the new hours of spring daylight. The nights get shorter. The days grow longer. Warmer weather arrives. Sue sheds her heavy coat. She packs away her winter gloves and scarves. A new smile comes across her face. She is ready for warmer spring days.

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