Humans have always wanted what we didn't have. The same slice of pizza, on another person's dish, always seem more welcoming. The same grass, on another person's lawn, always looks greener (unless, of course, it has been pooped on, and thus has a more scientific reason for being green). Perhaps the one instance where we feel the most desire about is seasons and the outside temperature, especially if your current season is the one you most detest.
Life Complications ~ Part 21
|Winter: tire-swing hibernation season|
So you can imagine how much I look forward to sun, warmth, and the ability to see green under my feet again (even if it is a yellow-ed green).
If we look aside the required amount of cold winds, rains, mud, and slush that comes with this rather messy season, there is one thing I'm sure all mothers (and teens with younger siblings) dread.
We have to share! The HORROR!
Share the little kids in our house, of course.
Now, I'm sure all mothers out there are hating the warmth the sun brings that lures out their children from their homes. Whether or not their intentions were evil, or even on purpose, spring has this sort of effect on little children (approx. under the age of 7) who have been pent up inside the house all during the cold winter.
Yes, we can add another sound to that infamous list: Spring, the bringer of birds and bees ... and rather loud children.
On the other hand, the house is finally empty, which is something I've been wishing for during the last 6 months.
Now that it's quiet, I feel rather lonely...
Oh dear, what is this feeling? Am I ...(god forbid)... wishing ... for winter?
Someone kill me. Now.
Lets not go though that roller coaster again, shall we?
Today's Surroundings: Warped and Full of Numbers
Today's Object: Bananas
Today's Colour: Green
PS: Do you have a favorite season that always ends up letting you down? How?