Spring…where is it, we want it, we need it.

The Pacific Northwest is terrible for disease. People don’t get enough light here.  We are the capital for MS and other lack of vitamin D diseases.

There are so many great things about living in Puget Sound.But it is expensive, and its gloomy 8 months out of the year but its those other four that draw us to it.  It is always green, if you can’t have sun, green is good!

Its hard to get out and do things when it is so gloomy, and you don’t feel like getting wet. You don’t feel like it here.  But once you get out of the house, this place has many things to offer, lots to do, views to die for even in the rain.  The rain cleans things out.  The air is fresh, so the pollution appears minimal. I don’t know. Its probably awful, but it smells so good after the rain.  Its like a new beginning.

The daffodils are opening, and to me, its like mother nature reaching up from the ground and saying take my hand, you have made it another yearEverything is going to be all right.  And, everything is going to be all right, no matter what the end is  or when it comes.

I had such a good week, that on the weekend, I just relaxed and thought about it.  But I am going to get out and go to dinner with friends tonight, watch a movie and laugh and probably most of all, relax.  Cancer has slowed me down, and for the better.  I take time to see what is in my sight.

I started my school program, and I enjoying it alot.  Some things were silly in the book because they were so old.  And then I realized, yes, so am I!!  I lived when we did things like that, when technology was like that.  we spoke to each other, not text.  I can get into text now, but its no substitute, and people get their nose so far out of joint because they assume stuff you didn’t even mean.  And what’s even worse, they won’t pick up the gosh darn phone and either ask you, confront you, or just clarify anything. I think this generation is a bunch of )($**** and then we find ourselves thinking probably, just like our parents did about us.

Nothing is really new.  It is just repetition – our version.

Have a good night.

About Bonnie

Breast Cancer survivor owned by one old Shelty and a 3 pound Yorkie named Mimzy!
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