Saturday, April 12, 2014

Magic on Ludlow

Dear George,
Every year at this time Ludlow Avenue. the street in front of our house, is transformed into a wonderland of hundreds of white and pink flowering trees – magnolias, dogwoods, crabapples, plum and pear trees, and probably others. It’s the highlight of our spring and marks our most pleasing season of the year.  The glorious display lasts a week or maybe two at most, then vanishes virtually overnight. By the time a year has gone by, the white trees have faded from our memory, and then their reappearance is just as new and thrilling as it’s been in previous years – a vivid reminder that we can count on the regular  appearance of beauty in the world.

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-Linda C (4-12-14):  Lovely 

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