My Journey through Breast Cancer

On October 11, 2013, I was diagnosed with Stage II Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) ... or as we like to call it, extreme measures for a nap (EMFN). For a while, this blog will be my cancer journal. Enter at your own risk.

11 March 2008

flower explosion

You don't have to look far around you these days to see that Spring is definitely springing. Flowers are blooming everywhere! This weekend Caleb and I are heading out to Death Valley for a couple days to see what other wildflowers we can find and enjoy. For now, we enjoy the explosion of yellow going on just behind our own little home in Fullerton. Enjoy the picts!

This is part of the path we walk regularly.

Caleb. Flowers. Both pleasing to the eye.

The yellow hill. And that's the water tower we walk up to.

Cactus, lit by sun.

From Wikipedia: There are different views on when the season starts and finishes.

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary states that spring comprises "in the northern hemisphere usually the months of March, April, May, or as reckoned astronomically extending from the vernal equinox (March 20) to the June solstice (June 21)." The Southern Hemisphere experiences spring during the months of August, September, October.

The actual dates vary depending on the year from March 20 or 21 to June 20 or 21 for the Northern hemisphere and from September 20 or 21 to December 20 or 21 for the Southern hemisphere.

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