Wednesday, February 20, 2008

weather wise


The wind sure is whipping outside. The moon is full too. A few stars are hanging out just in case someone needs to plant a wish on them, other than that- the brightest ones are hiding beyond the darkness somewhere. The tallest of trees in my yard have hunkered down hard this winter, many of their branches have been ripped away. My exercise regimen this winter consisted mainly of picking up branches and repairing accidents I made with the tractor. The bog out the back door is waiting for it's next victim...even the dogs avoid this mud as best they can. Ahhhh...February- it can make or break a winter, it seems as though March is always hyped about so much of being a lion or a lamb. February is it's insane sister that no one talks about, the only thing ever mentioned is Valentine's day and the fact that the month is shortened by a few days. Having a month dedicated to love, fewer days and groundhogs too, ok- throw the president's birthdays in there...alright, but still weather wise- February is so misunderstood that we do not speak of it as much as we do the phenomenol March. We don't know what to make of her whirling winds, her outbursts of rain and her sometimes sunny days...February is like a hormonal woman, give her chocolate mid month...try to appease her. Oh well, I tried my best to shine a bit here today...
just in case the sun doesn't, remember- we're all in this together. And with that knowledge, be kind to everyone you meet today- February is such a struggle, for some, it's a wrestling match. We all need chocolate. March madness? Please. February is the queen of unpredictability. Shine on, shine on. Take care out there-

2 comments:

bam said...

i love love love this......february, the hormonal woman. oh, boy, i love that.........give her chocolate mid-month. i think there is something wrong with me because it's the sunny february days that make me want to crawl out of my skin. i love the cloudy ones. the cloudy ones feel like a blanket. a big soft fuzzy woolen blanket. february sure is long for a short month, eh??????

Jan Doble said...

I've been down in the dumps since November this year. Kind of a bad case of SAD...literally. Now that March is approaching I'm beginning to feel a bit better...realizing spring is on it's way and I've got to get my ASS moving so I can perhaps wear summer clothes again. I DO love rainy days sometimes...but, for some reason, this whole fall and winter has got me down. It might be related to my daughter starting college--I don't know. But, I like this post of yours and thought I'd tell you:)