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Spring in your step

How happy are you?

The verb spring means to leap or bounce suddenly, like a spring — the coil of metal that bounces back when pushed. An idea that springs to your mind suggests a leap.

And, sometimes you walk with a spring in your step. Yes, that’s when you are happy and energetic or feel confident. There’s a certain kind of liveliness in every step you take, which means you have something to be pleased about.

Reenu has been walking with a spring in her step ever since she heard the good news.

Spring is also a happy time of the year when the air is warm and light; flowers are blooming, birds are singing , the days are getting brighter. So, someone happily trotting down the road could feel grass and flowers blossoming at his footsteps!

Whichever way you think about it, when you walk with a spring in your step you are on top of the world!

So, keep the spring in your step! You have every reason to be happy!

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