Nature’s Bloom

Last Update: April 30, 2020

I love Spring, I love nature, and I have been blessed to have my own little piece of nature to enjoy. When the trees begin to blossom out this time of year, I truly enjoy the wonderous spectacle of beauty they display.

What is great, is that not all the trees and plants blossom at the same time. Nature spreads its beauty out so that we can continue to enjoy its artistry for simply more than just a week.

My pear trees by the drive are always the first to bud. They give us wonderous, white flowers while everything else remains dormant.

Slowly, but most certainly, all the other trees follow suit and begin to flourish. The Dogwood trees are now in bloom here, and most everything else has turned green.

It made me think how people are a lot like nature.

Some people join Wealthy Affiliate, and like the pear trees, they’re the first to bloom. They make a sale within their first month, and bring in the green while everyone else is just beginning.

Others hang in there, and over time, they too begin to bloom and add to the lustrous green nature.

Unfortunately, there are some that simply don’t make it. Like the vine we’ve struggled with in our yard, some get trapped in it, and finally succumb to it, giving in to negativity.

And then there’s others, like the tree in the corner of our yard. While everything else is green, it sits dormant, or is it dead?

Just like nature, we all have our time and place here. Just because you’re not the first to bloom doesn’t mean that it won’t happen.

So don’t let the vine of negativity creep up on you and strangle your hopes. You never know what may happen as long as you don’t give up.

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JeffreyBrown Premium
I love the imagery of your post, Cynthia, along with the pertinent analogy!

Have a safe week!

Jeff
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Willow29 Premium
Thanks Jeff. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!
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JeffreyBrown Premium
You're welcome, and likewise, Cynthia!

Jeff
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RamiSociable Premium
Great post and analogy Cynthia,

Especially as its a very competitive ratio 20 from 80 I am informed?

Any way hope the pears present a bumper harvest!!

R.
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Willow29 Premium
Thanks for stopping by. Have a great weekend!
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sbarrow4 Premium
Cynthia, I talk to my plants. I am sure it keeps us both going. I always get the right answers.
Stephen.
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Willow29 Premium
I talk to mine as well. It does actually make a difference.

Have a great weekend!
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Mick18 Premium
Wonderful analogy. Thanks for sharing.
Have a fantastic Friday,
Mickey
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Willow29 Premium
I hope you have a wonderful day as well.

Thanks for stopping by.🙂
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STCCynthia Premium
That is so true - we need to weed out the negativity and stick with WA because our turn is coming.
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Willow29 Premium
Yes it is. Right now is a great time to be here at WA!
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