Rebirth

Carter, 1999-2010, neck deep in Caladiums…

Officially, tomorrow is the first day of Spring. Here in Orlando, right next to Walt Disney World, it’s felt like Spring since January.

Even as I write this, birds are chirping, trees in bloom, the warm Florida sunshine baking the ground for the rebirth of caladiums, black-eyed susans, blanket flowers (State Flower), periwinkles and a host of other perennials.

The first caladium broke through the ground March 7 – this is the sign I teach Chapin to look for. What’s your first sign of Spring?

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By jeff noel

Retired Disney Institute Keynote Speaker and Prolific Blogger. Five daily, differently-themed personal blogs (about life's 5 big choices) on five interconnected sites.

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  1. For me it has been when I see the first young cardinal. It’s usually a male, bright red feathers and a bright yellow pointed beak. It’s kinda showy, like most young males are, strutting around and chirping to get noticed! 🙂

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