when the birds come back.

8 Mar

first you hear them cry, then you look up and you see them in a perfect formation.

it is late autumn and the wild geese leave the country to go to warmer areas for the winter.


and then: winter. long. cold. grey. sometimes white. the nature rests. the city is freezing. snow falls and melts. and falls again. pretty and white. and the dirt of the concrete jungle turns everything grey.

last week. early morning. the sun was shining, i was outside. and i could hardly believe when i heard them again. i looked up. and: there they were. coming back.

already? i thought.

hello, little wild geese. i do hope it’s not too early. cause the winter came back today. and only god knows when it’s finally spring ❤


happy weekend to you, lovelies. have you seen the wild geese yet? ❤


4 Responses to “when the birds come back.”

  1. Heather in Arles 2013/03/08 at 9:21 pm #

    Not yet. But Julia, can I say again and again how happy I am that tg fixed the wires? Because I look for these same things. They are my book of days.
    Have a wonderful weekend in Berlin and stay warm. Spring, no matter what anyone says, does not come until May, truly, in our parts.

    • julia 2013/03/09 at 12:10 pm #

      yes. oui! i thought so too, when i read/listened to your “walking” post. we do look for the same things.
      would be wonderful to take a walk together 😉
      have a wonderful weekend, heather.

  2. Mag 2013/03/09 at 3:05 pm #

    Haven’t seen them yet, but I heard the blackbird’s song last week. And I saw snowdrops, my personal herald of spring. =)

    Have a lovely saturday, dear Jules! xoxo

    • julia 2013/03/11 at 8:53 pm #

      oh, i LOVE snowdrops. haven’t seen any yet!
      i hope the snow will be gone soon.
      the poor wild geese. and blackbirds. and sparrows….
      a kiss to you ❤

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