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What spring means to me.

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Now that we are moving into Spring and the weather is starting to change for the better, students all across the world are starting to emerge from their winter slumps. As a college student, Spring is one of the best time of years as so much is going on. From the warmer weather, to wearing nice clothes and enjoying time outside, it is on of my personal favorite time of the year. (You can guess which season I do not like, starts with W) But as we are emerging out from the deep cold time of the year, and transitioning to Spring, it is a good time to get outside and enjoy the weather and landscape around us.

From the birds chirping, to different animals coming out from hibernation, it is a great time to finish up with any new ideas that you might have come up with during the winter. This could include taking a hike, getting in shape, or spending time with people that you may not have seen in the cold dreary time of winter. Spring also means a new beginning and new birth. Spring makes you take time to appreciate the beauty of the world and take a step back to stop and enjoy life. Having a new beginning is also an idea that many think about starting new goals and making the most of your life. Having a fresh start in anything is good, and can help you grow into a better person as a whole.

Spring to me means a good time to stop and do something fun. It also means end of the school semester and getting that nice break known as Summer break. However, for myself, it also means graduation is coming soon. Although I am not thinking about that just yet, as I must get through school first and then enjoy that, I still keep it in the back of my mind. Spring is a great time as it really is a preview of Summer and what that brings with it. So enjoy Spring, and take life by the reins and go have fun, because before you know it, winter will soon be back.

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