Saturday, April 10, 2010


Take this branch of Forsythia, multiply it times a gabillion. Assemble the newly multiplied branches into enormous, wildly uninhibited, extravagant, exuberant bushes. Place those bushes alongside roads and in the medians of divided highways. Let the heavens open up and send down steady rain all day. Against the gray rain and brown winter landscape the Forsythia becomes luminous. That is what we saw all over Central Massachusetts today.

Can you forgive a blogger who left the house today without her camera?

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