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Photo Gallery: Enjoying the now (but really looking forward to the future)

I am not a winter person; I often start moaning about it as early as the first weeks of fall. But this year, I’m trying to be less whiney about it — to embrace each season without getting bogged down in what’s coming next. You know: Enjoy the now. That said, when I was driving by Wanczyk Nursery in Hadley recently I was struck by all these Radio Flyer wagons lined up in a row. “Why are they like that?” I asked Ted Bishko, who works there. His reply? “Waiting for spring!” (Me too.) 

CAROL LOLLIS

I am not a winter person; I often start moaning about it as early as the first weeks of fall. But this year, I’m trying to be less whiney about it — to embrace each season without getting bogged down in what’s coming next. You know: Enjoy the now. That said, when I was driving by Wanczyk Nursery in Hadley recently I was struck by all these Radio Flyer wagons lined up in a row. “Why are they like that?” I asked Ted Bishko, who works there. His reply? “Waiting for spring!” (Me too.) CAROL LOLLIS Purchase photo reprints »

I am not a winter person; I often start moaning about it as early as the first weeks of fall. But this year, I’m trying to be less whiney about it — to embrace each season without getting bogged down in what’s coming next. You know: Enjoy the now. That said, when I was driving by Wanczyk Nursery in Hadley recently I was struck by all these Radio Flyer wagons lined up in a row. “Why are they like that?” I asked Ted Bishko, who works there. His reply? “Waiting for spring!” (Me too.)

— Carol Lollis

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