1. I went out early this morning when it was still cool, just walking around looking at everything we planted last year coming back up – lots of perennial flowers and plants in a new landscape bed in the front yard, as well as apple and redbud trees. The Egyptian onions and garlic and strawberries are all growing like weeds. As are the weeds! =) Anyway, as I took my stroll I couldn’t help thinking that spring was my favorite season, as well.

  2. I couldn’t agree more! Spring in the Wasatch is beautiful and exciting; we get those rare, halcyon days when it’s warm enough to wear tank tops and cool enough spend the whole afternoon outside….So happy Spring came back to us!

  3. I could see how Spring would be wonderful in other parts of the country. In Seattle, we get buckets of rain and endless gloomy skies until mid June/early July. But our summers are GLOR-RI-OUS. With average temps in the high 70s to mid 80s, a nice ocean breeze, low humitity, and a sun that won’t quit until well past 10 p.m. A complete opposite of Spring.
    All that said, my favorite season in Seattle is Fall. It feels endless, starting in late September with crisp nights and sparkly sunny days and extending all the way to Thanksgiving with multi-colored leaves blown across the streets and sweater weather dominating most of the month.

    • gracefulfitness

      Oh, that’s right, the great NW. The trade-off to the looooonnngg gloomy days is that things are always green! I miss that.

  4. Spring, hands down. I’m with you on this one! There’s something exciting about the transition from winter to spring ( which I really appreciate living in snowy Cleveland) – especially when the trees start budding. The feeling of being on the brink, the feeling of potential, I associate the most with spring out of all the seasons. Spring is just magical.

    • gracefulfitness

      It is magical! I’ve been known to literally gasp with awe and delight at seeing the trees bud and then explode in green!

  5. Well, my favorite season has always been fall. Living in upstate NY, it’s almost impossible not to love it. We have crisp, cool days full of beautiful foliage. We live in apple country, so we have our pick of apple orchards to visit and I think I consume over a hundred pounds of apples during the height of fall. I just love the feeling of needing a sweater and the smells and sights that are part of fall. But, I’m noticing that in the past two years I have come to love spring more than I thought. There’s just something about the fresh awakening of spring that feels so good.

    • gracefulfitness

      Funny, I think I’ve been loving Fall a little more than I used to since returning to the east coast. 🙂 I say love the season you’re with but spring is in her full glory right now and I love green. Seeing all the trees return to green makes me very happy.

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