La Vie en Rose

This past weekend was glorious. It was the kind of spring weekend that seems like a dream: clear sunshine, crisp blue skies with only streaks of white clouds, a light breeze and everything in bloom. These are the kind of days when it’s impossible not to smile, beaming like the sun above, when looking out the window makes you rush through your morning rituals so that you can be outside.

Pink tulips near Park Avenue Photo credit: nishaksquared
Pink tulips near Park Avenue
Photo credit: nishaksquared

As I walked through Central Park on Sunday afternoon, I missed my hubby terribly, but I was overcome with a joy at knowing that days like this exist, that I can share all of this with him and everyone else I love.

The ubiquitous cherry blossoms never get old Photo credit: nishaksquared
The ubiquitous cherry blossoms have ripened, but they never get old
Photo credit: nishaksquared
Photo credit: nishaksquared
It’s incredible that natural magic like this is smack-dab in the middle of the best city in the world
Photo credit: nishaksquared

All this beauty could inspire anyone — even the most non-believing non-believer — to believe that there is a higher power out there.

The romance of spring Photo credit: nishaksquared
The romance of spring
Photo credit: nishaksquared
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2 thoughts on “La Vie en Rose

  1. I love reading your posts — they bring a smile to my face. I loved the title of this post and the photos. Can’t wait to publish about my own love affair with spring flowers — am waiting for tulips to bloom in my garden to take pics for the article.

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