Right now it feels like spring is really here, and what that means for March in Maine is that the sun is out, it’s almost fifty degrees and there is NO SNOW in the forecast! There is still some snow cover on the ground but it’s getting lower every day. We’ll have to wait before we start to see buds and blooming. For that reason I want to share our vintage 1960s wedding guest book I selected which is filled with sweet illustrations of flowers.
Inside is a beautiful poem by Rudolph W. Nemser. Rudolph William Nemser (July 31, 1928-August 3, 2002), Unitarian Universalist minister, “was a social activist, poet, liturgist, and teacher. An energetic individualist with varied interests, he made significant contributions to the Civil Rights movement, the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association, and the Partner Church program.”
The guest book pen I purchased is contemporary.
Hmm, Wayne and I are blonde here, and a few years younger, ha ha.
Update: The trees are budding!!