Tips for being happy yesterday, today and tomorrow!
Just when you start to think that winter is over, Mother Nature gives you a little jolt of spring snow to let you know who’s really in charge! It’s never very much snow and it doesn’t stick for very long, which is probably what makes it such a welcome surprise!
No rain? No rainbow.
I love Summer rain storms. The ground almost hisses with the rain, it’s so thirsty. And when the rain stops, the everything dries so quickly, but smells so clean.
And by the first “real” day of spring, I’m referring to that first 70 degree, sunny day. When you can finally wear shorts without a coat. And everyone comes in to work and school the next day with their first sunburn of the year. And everyone is happy!
You know it’s spring when you start seeing tulips!
Sure, frosty cold mornings can start your day with a shiver, that’s true. But the world seems peaceful, quiet and serene when it’s blanketed in frost.
This umbrella is colored with special ink that changes color when wet! Check it out at Uncommon Goods
I used to love snow days – back when you didn’t have to worry about make up days and homework and all the other stresses of school and life. Snow days were like completely free days!
We’re in the middle of a fairly major windstorm up here in the Seattle area, and I think they are great. They might be a little scary and nervewracking, but that’s part of the fun! And I like being without power for a little while – it’s spooky!