The first and the last . . .

Det heter visstnok at ‘de første skal bli de siste’ (eller var det omvendt?), men det er nok i eventyrenes verden?!  I vår virkelige verden er det oftest slik at de som i kraft av posisjon, penger, vitalitet, livskraft har en tendens til å beholde stillingen fra år til år. Det gjelder også det meste i naturen rundt oss!
OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAAppearantly there is a ‘saying’ that goes like this: ‘The first shall be the last’ (Or is it the other way around?), but that is something which probably belongs to the world of fairytales?  In our real world it’s often that people that with status, position, money, vitality i.e. have a tendency to retain their position from year to year.
That goes for much of the nature around us as well!

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOg når krokusen signaliserer vårens ankomst som en av våre aller første blomster, så fortsetter den selvfølgelig med det? Noe annet ville jo vært naturstridig?

And when the crocus signals the arrival of spring as one of the very first flowers around us,
it will, of course, continue to just that?! Anything else would be opposed to nature?
(Compliments of SRB )

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8 Responses to The first and the last . . .

  1. margot2you says:

    Reblogged this on Mistrz i Małgorzata and commented:
    SPRING🙂

  2. vestlending says:

    Endelig! med den uken med solskinn som nå er meldt vil mer enn Krokusene springe ut! Det er Vår!

  3. Mormor says:

    Det er vel noe der, tror jeg.🙂

  4. First of Spring but last of Winter….maybe?

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