Spring and Summer are the growing seasons.
The seasons in which it's easiest to see creation at work. You barely need to lift a finger to see those subtle promises of birth and life as things starting turning green and growing again.
Fall and Winter are the making seasons.
As the world around us starts to fade and grow dark and things stop growing we pick up our own tools of creation - scissors, needles, measuring cups and any number of other supplies and start to make. Not just to keep our selves warm or to have something to do to pass the cold, dark hours, but rather to remind ourselves that even in the long days we still have within us the power, the desire and ability to create whatever the season we find ourselves in.