That cold, crystaline precipitation is fluttering down from the sky again this morning. I have to admit, it is pretty, but that’s the only positive feeling I have about it, to be honest. I have lots of reasons for that, but the primary one is that I just don’t like to be cold… yes, I do realize where I live.
I’m looking forward to spring for lots of reasons, warmth being only one. Though, it’s much more than meteorology I’m talking about – I’m looking forward to a change in our life climate as well. The main factor I’m hoping to see in our forecast is the sunshine of good health – for Tim especially, but for all in our household. There has been tremendous hope for sunny days as we’ve moved from the darkest, wildest of storms through the unsettled atmosphere of unpredictability and, through hope, we’re moving toward springtime conditions.
Knowing that the weather (or life) is rarely predictable, we’re looking more for stable conditions, and we’re doing what we can to be ready for them when they come.