The Importance Of The Four Seasons

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The four seasons are unique and beautiful in their own ways, as they portray the different aspects of beauty the earth’s atmosphere provides. The seasons beautify nature with different hues, festivities, and temperature. Of the four seasons, spring and autumn are my favourites as their temperatures are an ideal combination of hot and cold. In spring, the temperature is warm, starting to get humid and hot as reaching summer. The plants start to sprout due to lots of showers, animals come out, and the kids enjoy under the sunlight . The weather in autumn is flawless, the trees are changing colours, Thanksgiving and Halloween decorations are put up, and visits to orchards make me awestruck. Although the seasons are very distinct, yet, …show more content…
In spring the cold air begins to warm up in higher temperatures and the days gets longer. Leftover snow and ice melts into the ground, and it is often raining during this time of the year, leaving the ground mucky. In early morning dew forms on the grass. The trees that were stripped of leaves, left with nothing else other than the branches, start to bud. The life that was previously black and white, is slowly turning into a colourful environment. The flowers are blooming, spreading the news of the arrival of spring. People start to plant flowers, cut grass, and gardening. On a warm day, when the neighbours cut the freshly grown grass, its smell reaches through my house to my chambers and the strong scent hits my nose, firing up my sneezes . The arrival of spring means the arrival of my …show more content…
Baseball and softball season is in play during this time. Childrens get their sports equipments and head out to the field to play with their friends. The most memorable event from during springtime is when my friends and I went to through the forest. A gust of warm wind hit my face while walking through the colourful forest surrounded by green trees, colourful flowers, and birds. There were bees hovering by the flowers, squirrels gathering nuts, birds singing in glee, rabbits sleeping in the log, and trees whooshing. The view was amazing, yet the ground was covered in brown and muddy slush. Walking through the slush was disgusting but the feeling while walking through the forest full of amazing creatures and unstoppable talks with friends was indescribable. In springtime the walks with friends are often, but Easter is only a one time thing to celebrate every year. Usually on easter, my family gathers at my grandparents house near the countryside for lunch; to eat grandma’s famous fresh picked pear pie and to hunt for easter eggs later on in the

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