To look up and see tree buds swelling against the light of an early spring sky is, for me, the very definition of faith. Across the base of the Blue Wall, life is poised on the edge of what some call the season of rebirth. Leaf, stem, and flower swells within protective folds of buds formed in the heat of long summer days, and through long winter nights they have rested. Now, as days lengthen and warm, growth resumes within the encasing buds, which soon will no longer contain the exuberant growth. Baby leaves will unfurl, lengthen, stretch towards the sun.  Today there is nary a hint of spring green in the native trees along the base of the Blue Wall but have faith. Next week will be a different story. ~K



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