Wednesday, January 22, 2014
I have a hydrangea in my front garden that looks dead.
Yet I know in the spring when the sun begins its journey closer to the northern hemisphere--the seemingly dead limbs will allow the little green leaves to peak out and absorb the sun thus begin the process to make food for its growth.
Then...the buds...will ripen and open up into beautiful cylindrical balls of pink or blue announcing its God ordained beauty.
But for right now it lays dormant.
It is mulched and covered with a blanket of winter snow.
It is quiet.
Maybe it too, doesn't like being seen through a screen.
Maybe it too, is tired of standing alone.
Maybe it too just wants to sleep......