One of the secrets sauce of life, I believe, is savouring the seasons. Both the physical and metaphorical seasons that we go through.
We can’t change the climate where we live, so unless you are planning on moving, we all need to embrace where we live.
We can’t change what happens around us, so unless we can time travel or have out of body experiences, we all need to embrace where we live.
The amount of discourse on the weather, right now, I find slightly overwhelming and mildly humours. The physical season is affecting many people’s metaphorical season.
Do we not have better things to dialogue about?
Is it really that interesting that one of Canada’s cities was the coldest place on the planet for one day?
How’s your heart doing today? Isn’t that a gooder!!
What about snow? There are places in southern Canada that have had snow this week and their schools have been closed because of it. Welcome to Canada my friends.
This northern girl grew up in cold and with snow piled up to the roof. She had to embrace it all with big heavy mitts.
Now, I live in a balmy four seasons utopia where I truly can say I enjoy each and every season.
To embrace this season, this winter wonderland a friend and I flew away to the ski hill on Wednesday.
To cross country ski…
And to skate…
As a friend once told me, there truly isn’t bad weather, just bad clothing.
Put on that bikini, hat and sunscreen.
Or those gumboots and rain jacket.
How about that comfy scarf and tall boots.
Or those wool socks and long johns.
Embracing them all.
Controlling what I can.
Choosing to embrace and release the rest.
As the sun shines, snow falls, wind blows or rain rolls in.
Blessings poured over each of you as you live life in the season you are in.