Awakening From Hibernation

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  1. candidkay says:

    So appropriate as I continue to alternate between hibernating post divorce and getting out there with girlfriends to enjoy the world . . . thanks for the reminder.

  2. Melanie says:

    I hibernated for more than a winter’s worth of time. Now I’m in my own early Spring, and it feels good to begin to see the beauty in my life again.
    I also know it’s Spring here in the South because today I got in my car and noticed a coat of pine pollen covering my windshield.

  3. RunToInspire says:

    I totally want to hibernate right now!

  4. ragdyand says:

    Reblogged this on Optimistic Voice and commented:
    As I revisit my blog after three months of dormancy, I appreciate and relate to this entry by Lisa Arends. The warmth of spring rounding the wintry corner in Southern California brings new growth that will surely flourish with hope and optimism in the coming months.

  1. March 16, 2014

    […] than accept the weather of the day, I’ve been resisting the remnants of winter and exiting my hibernation prematurely. I’ve been spotted wearing open toed shoes and sleeveless tops. While silently […]

  2. March 31, 2014

    […] It’s natural to hibernate when the world outside becomes too harsh to bear. It’s instinctive to curl up and tuck in, settling into a protective stasis. We do it annually to some extent as we follow the natural rhythms of shorter days and colder nights. We tend to narrow our worlds in the winter, paring back and slowing down. It is a time of restoration. Click to read the rest. […]

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