I took a bicycle ride to the park to see if the cherry blossoms were blossoming.
I knew they probably weren`t quite yet, so I took a cherry blossoms ball with me to bring some pink.
The trees were dotted with buds, buds, buds!
I stood on the grass and threw the cherry blossoms ball
into the sky!
Maybe the pink would profusely pour down on the trees and the buds would blossom!
This is what happens around now in the month of springtime.
Everyone is looking up! To see if there is a blossom yet!
Birds are busily finding them first.
People ask each other, did you see any blossom?
Not yet, not yet!
Anticipation is in the air!
A little girl joined me, and we both took turns throwing the cherry blossoms ball up to the sky! She saw it was fun, and when she threw the ball up, it landed on the tree! The tree now had pink!! A pink cherry blossoms ball in the cherry tree. She jumped up to try to reach it, but it was too high. She ran and got her jump rope to use it to move it and loosen it and get it down. It worked!
The ball was set free, but now the jump rope was in the cherry tree!
She pulled on it and it came down too.
We played a little more with the ball, throwing it up to the sky!
She told me her name, smiled, and when it was time we said,
Happy Nissan 1! ＊
＊The first day of the first month, Nissan, of the Hebrew calendar