I miss you, sunshine. This rain is getting O-L-D. C’mon sun, I know you want to come out and show yourself. I would really appreciate a little Vitamin D. I hope to see you REAL soon.
Sometimes you need a wake up call. Usually I try not to whine about the little things that get me down about EDS and POTS, but yesterday I failed at this. Big time.
It was 84 degrees and sunny yesterday. In all other years I would have been ecstatic about this weather; especially on April 10th. I would have broken out my Reef flip flops and capris, and spent as much time as I could outside reading, relaxing, and soaking up some rays. I would have also probably have gone and gotten my first pedicure of the season.
But not yesterday. I whined and complained all day. I even got on MY nerves after a while.
This will either make me cool, or really uncool (I don’t even think that is a word but oh well) depending on who you are but I cannot tell you how giddy I have been all day since I read this morning that Bob announced he will be touring again starting in March.
I grew up listening to Bob. My Dad has always loved him and he passed that love on to me. I always remember singing to him as we sat around our camp fires at Lake Leelanau. When Brad and I talk about our “desert island” albums, Bob Seger’s Greatest Hits is one of two albums that we both agree on in our all time top ten albums.
Well, Happy December and Hello snow! I love this time of year. The lights, the decorations, the excitement, the smells..To me it is a season filled with hope and faith. Throughout my childhood, my parents always made sure that the Christmas season was a magical season for all of us kids, and at 29, it is still a magical time for me.