What season is it in your part of the world?
Here in the Northeast U.S., we are coming to the end of winter, thankfully!
Similar to a BMW, we can go from slightly above zero to sixty not in a minute, but definitely over the course of a day.
The morning can dawn below freezing, and yet by mid-afternoon, the temperature might be in the soul-warming high fifties.
Looking out my window, I can still see bits of snow on the ground, yet if I wander over to the other more southerly side of the house, the daffodils are beginning to bud.
We have a saying here in New England: If you don’t like the weather, just wait a minute. . .
That being said, we can get very impatient as we await the slow turn of the seasons.
To cope with that cooped-in, need to feel the sun on our face and joy in our hearts time, otherwise known as Cabin Fever, sometimes we just have to create more favorable conditions ourselves.
I am sharing about a cure for Cabin Fever over at The Happy Wives Club today, and I invite you to join me over there for a fresh perspective on how to combat it or other things that bring on the blues!
Did you catch that awful bug that goes around this time every year?
Here in the Northeast U.S., it tends to strike with a vengeance towards the end of the snow but before the flowers awaken.
You can’t miss the symptoms: a bone-deep weariness, difficulty breathing, and an unbearable urge to throw off multiple layers of warm clothes as we run screaming through the streets, crazily yelling, I can’t take this cold weather anymore! Bring on spring!”
My dear hubby and I were struck with an extraordinarily virulent strain of the dreaded Cabin Fever in the thick of our innkeeping days. Our B&B was particularly busy in the winter, and consequently our hours were long, time for rest and relaxation was short, and patience was stretched thin.
Click here to read the rest at The Happy Wives Club!