“Don’t knock the weather. If it didn’t change once in a while, nine out of ten people couldn’t start a conversation.” – Kim Hubbard
When was the last time someone greeted you and the first thing they said was about the weather? For me, just earlier today. I get it. We’re sick of it – unless you’re like a couple of my friends living in Bali or Australia – who are NOT sick of their weather. That is another conversation, though.
For those of us that live in Minnesota or the upper midwest or anyplace that is experiencing weather that just goes on and on, this is for you.
And, this is also for you if the weather has ever been even remotely frustrating, annoying, or challenging. I’m sure I’ve covered just about everyone!
Why the weather and why today? As we’ve moved forward the last few weeks I’ve noticed our “heartiness” wearing down. Those of us that use dealing with this weather as a claim to fame are even starting to run out of patience. It can be challenging to keep pasting on a happy face when you’ve worn an outfit in your closet 137 times because it happens to be the warmest thing you own! And, if you aren’t blessed to have a car in a garage or a car starter, I’m sure you might be a little frustrated with walking out in the bitter cold just to start a vehicle that isn’t even sure it wants to start. I know you know what I mean.
It’s no surprise that everywhere we go weather is a topic of conversation. Today, I bring you a short video so you can begin to embrace the weather – even if just a little and just for a moment.
As always, I’d love your feedback and thoughts.
So…there you have it. It’s a choice. That is my go to answer for everything. You always have a choice.
What is it you LOVE about the weather? How do you stay sane during weather challenges? What is your favorite cold weather activity? What is your favorite warm weather activity?
I truly look forward to hearing from you! Reach out to me here or via email info[at]inspiringradiance[dot]com
And if you’re curious, the photo is of me and my daughter, Jasny, when we visited Montana a few years ago. This was taken in Glacier National Park – it was a beautiful day!
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