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Tuesday, April 05, 2005
spring street*

I feel a comforting shift in my life. I don't know where it came from- this past weekend in Minneapolis, traveling to Minneapolis (road trips are always good for the soul), the arrival of spring or the fact I turned 28 today. It's probably a combination of all of that. I can't describe this very well other than to say it is like a shift in perspective. Like I can suddenly see more around me, clearer and from a different angle. Isn't it amazing when one thing someone says resonates in your head and can turn your perspective around and make everything make more sense? * In terms of Spring Street by Dar Williams, I highly recommend the version on Out There Live, as it is so much more thoughtful and intense than the original on The Green World. This is my favorite spring song, the title of the post, and the title of my current ipod mix. "I was thinking about the easy courage of my distant friends. They said I could let this bridge wash out and never make amends..." I also have to say I love all the lyrics to this song, and this one is especially important today "this year April had a blizzard just to show she didn't care" as it snowed the day I was born in 1977.

posted by knit wit | 4/05/2005 06:20:00 PM

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