“Time to Enjoy” by Paul Zinder

“Time to Enjoy” by Paul Zinder

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To enjoy can be a dangerous pass time.  I have watched it rain whole days when I was younger, now I have no such time.  There is always something to do.  I have watched leaves fall. On the right day you and really see if you look hard enough about mid November see the leaves change colors on the tree from yellow to red to orange.  Ice skating on a froze lake. Walking along an old creek in the back woods of the country side.  Riding the river in a small boat. Walking along the beach in the rain something so calming about this.

Sitting on a hill , then going down it in a sled. It is best in the evening when dawn is about to break, when the Sun goes down and the moon is just starting to come out. If you are lucky you will see it snow when the stars start to shine threw.  I love walking down town in the spring, that first week when flowers are in full bloom. Still my favorite is this quit morning soothing rain.

Drip after drip, it works even better when you here your coffee drip along with it.  Its like the whole morning is in harmony with it all and nature, and you are in tune with it all like the universe is playing its music for you and your soul to remind you that you are still alive. What I do not like are the endless days of winter that seem to linger on , dull and gray for what seems like an eternity.

Or the quit days of summer one after another were this is no sound at wall for weeks on end.  Winter can be to quit also, sometimes in the middle of winter , I just want to go in the middle of the woods and scream at the top of my lungs I am a live….  Be careful of cabin fever. I have gone threw it before, in a blizzard.  Thats when you put on all your best winter cloths and just walk down town to go see the lights in town , have a good pair of boots.  Last but not least the old cemetery…

I like going to visit dad and grandma in all seasons. Fall is the best. It reminds me respect for the past and to show those that brought me here that I am still thankful.

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