>The Meaning of Spring






 verb (used without object)

1.to rise, leap, move, or act suddenly and swiftly, as by a sudden dart or thrust forward or outward, or being suddenly released from a coiled or constrained position: to spring into the air; a tiger about to spring.

2.to be released from a constrained position, as by resilient or elastic force or from the action of a spring: A trap springs. The door sprang open and in he walked.

3.to issue forth suddenly, as water, blood, sparks, fire, etc. (often followed by forth, out, or up ): Blood sprang from the wound.

4.to come into being, rise, or arise within a short time (usually followed by up ): Industries sprang up in the suburbs.


So go ahead…SPRING TODAY.

Ok I know this is not what we are really thinking when we think SPRING TODAY.

I just had to put a twist to our thinking.

Not a bad twist eh?

Enjoy your SPRING either way.




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