“Autumn is a second Spring, when every leaf is a flower.” – Albert Camus
Do we see the season of fall with Easter eyes?
And nowhere is this viewpoint more evident than in the embedding of bulbs. For bulbs, like the colorful eggs we celebrate in springtime, hold the makings of life. When cultivated, they will assuredly grow and with pronouncement, vividly bloom.
Bulbs invite us to take time to recurrently participate and partake of the equally rewarding process of planning and planting our future.
They are a symbol of pronounced hope.