Morning T and Slicers,
I am ready for spring. I spent my two weeks away enjoying spring’s arrival in Tel Aviv. It won’t last long there but after an unusually rainy and windy winter, it was good to be there to welcome the change.
Last year spring arrived without any welcome from me. I just couldn’t welcome any change without you, Tuvia, being here to enjoy it with me. In that first year of grieving, to welcome change was to accept that fact that you weren’t coming back. I fought the fight as hard as I could but as the first year ended, I caved and began to move forward in my life, carrying you with me…
So I’d say it’s big for me to welcome spring, look forward to removing the covers on my Pier One wicker furniture on my balcony and commit to an early morning walk at the river most mornings when spring calms down the cross winds over the Hudson.
I’ve been writing this slice… writing, deleting, writing, deleting…
Now to catch up with the Donald. What was he doing while I was sleeping?