JoAnne Shadday

(2/6/61 / Circleville, Oh)

Birth Of Summer


What I love about spring, the best part remains 'unseen'. Hidden from view from me, and from you! Deep within Mother Earth, waiting to be birthed..Oh, but waith but a while..what you see will make you smile! Summer flowers are here, full of beauty and good cheer! Hooray, summer is always near! ! !
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