Writer’s Quote’s Wednesday Writing Challenge – Spring

This week this challenge is being hosted by Frank of Beachwalker Reflections

You can find Marsha’s blog here.

From what I understand of this prompt, we are supposed to share a quote or a song on the topic of the week and write about it.

This week the topic is Spring

Some shots of evidence of spring in my garden.

Spring; A lovely reminder of how beautiful change can be”

I love changing seasons. Be it summer changing in autumn or winter giving way to spring. It creates a sense of anticipation and I look forward to it with joy.

We usually don’t like change because it means that our life could change too. But I feel that monotony is worse than change. Stagnation can block our growth and movement facilitates it.

And what better example of growth than the spring season.

“That is one good about this world… There are always sure to be more springs

Hope you all are enjoying the fresh feelings that spring brings!





38 thoughts on “Writer’s Quote’s Wednesday Writing Challenge – Spring

  1. Sadie,
    Many thanks for participating in Marsha’s challenge … and welcome to Beach Walk Reflections. 🙂 Of course, it depends on one’s location, but you mentioning transitions. In terms of the seasons, the transition of winter into spring is probably the most chaotic. Come to think of it, spring is chaotic and frantic – especially considering coming off of winter. Nonetheless, the chaos gets us excited. Thanks for your thoughts and hope you read mine and other links. Also, here’s a past post I did about Seasons that I invite you to stop by. https://beachwalkreflections.wordpress.com/2021/02/11/40-seasons/


  2. Thank you so much Frank. I’m story for the late response as this post was published 12 hours early than I meant for it to. Over here, in Pakistan, spring is very gentle transition. But it’s very short season.

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  3. Agreed, Sadje. Change is inevitable, even the most subtle change, and growth lives inside of all change as a possibility. Oh, and I love Spring! 🌞🌞🌹🌹 Have a lovely weekend, my friend.

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  4. Gladiolus, bougainvillea and lady banks roses… Spring is flourishing in your garden💐🌻🌺😍
    I agree that although change can be difficult, it’s inevitable and opens endless possibilities… much better than stagnation!

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  5. This is such a beautiful post, Sadje. Your flowers are stunning. I think I avoid change even though we all do a lot of it. I cling to old things as a reminder of the past for longer than is expedient sometimes. I would love to hold on to spring, but you are right, it would get monotonous. Thanks for participating this week. 🙂

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      1. Thank you, Sadje. I’ve never hosted a challenge before, so it was a challenge to think of topics. I’m not sure they work for very many people though. I’m going to continue at least to the end of the year because I actually enjoy the challenge. But if you have some ideas, shoot them my way. It’s not too late to change them up.

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