Snow, snow, snow…I want to wash my hands, my face and hair, with snow…
That is a line from a song in White Christmas.
It’s a great song.
Except it is April.
We are in Montana, so this isn’t abnormal, but I’m ready for spring. I’m ready for rain instead of snow anyway.
Lack of sunshine causes somber moods, weariness, and seasonal depression.
On the upside, I took my kids skiing four days ago.
We started calving on April 1st. The weather can fluctuate in April, but we had a full on snow storm with seventeen degree temps that first weekend. Now it’s 35 degrees and blowing snow sideways.
I miss you sunshine!
Yet last night I saw a wheelchair bound friend of mine. She’s relegated to only going outside if the weather permits. No putting on boots. No layering up.
You know what she did?
She asked how my life was going and wanted me to tell her everything we were up to.
Talk about humbling.
I know life is challenging and we can’t compare our life story to someone else’s. Yet it helped me put it in perspective. I’m thankful I can go outside.
We are all missing the sunshine. But it will come. The earth does in fact rotate and we can’t stay in perpetual winter. It may feel like it, but our feelings will sometimes deceive us.
Enjoy your day, whatever it looks like. I’m going to crank the heat up, turn on the lights (pseudo sun!), and maybe put on some music…