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April — Promise of Spring
April comes from the Latin word aperio, meaning “to open or bud,” because plants begin to grow this month.
Spring festivals around the world, from Easter and Passover to Arbor Day, celebrate the season’s renewal of life.
Weather in the Northern Hemisphere can be capricious—an optimist’s dream and a poet’s inspiration.
Mark this month by baking a rhubarb pie, planting peas and potatoes, and tossing the first green leaves of dandelions into a salad.
Naturalist Hal Borland wrote, “April is a promise that May is bound to keep.” With that in mind, plant shade trees now to please posterity and dwarf fruit trees, lilac bushes, and roses to please yourself.
Teach a child to fish; adopt a kitten; volunteer at your community soup kitchen; fly a kite; learn to throw a curveball. It’s April, after all!
Now, what do you say to a fresh cup of coffee, my friend ?