So, it snowed and got cold over the weekend. It should warm up for the workweek . . . because of course it will.
It is just another reminder of the time of year that it is and that my thoughts and processes must change towards what I do in winter.
(Namely bundle up and hibernate).
But seriously, I simply roll with the punches and just adapt what I am doing in order to still do what I need to do despite the weather or temperature.
This weekend I was in my Western Home all set up before the snow really started to fall. So, I was okay.
I know that this is winter number five that I am heading into, so nothing scares me by this point.
I know what to do, and if I have to learn something new and adapt yet again, I will. After all, do not fear failure, for it is your best teacher. Learn from it and move on.
Yet there are those in my life who just don’t understand why I do what I do.
One particular person seems to take delight in my “suffering” and is passively-aggressively discouraging of me.
(As if I’m going to give up now.)
I take it all in stride and chuckle at their comments and otherwise try not to rise to their antics. Again, I left “normal” long ago . . . I know that.
So, I will continue to clomp on ahead into this winter and the winters beyond, simply because they stand in between me and my goals.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!