When I got up this morning I looked out the window to see if it snowed last night (as had been predicted) . . . the ground was clear(ish).
I made my morning coffee, got settled in to write and after a bit, there was a great rush of wind outside which kept up for some time (I don’t know how long).
When I got up to make a new cup of coffee, about an hour later, I looked outside again only to find that a fresh dump of snow, just a blanket of a few millimetres had been dropped.
Just like that I went from being happy I didn’t have to break out my ladder and brush off my solar panels to . . . having to break out my ladder and brush off my solar panels.
Things can and will change quickly, we all know that, especially those of us who have been involved in traffic accidents.
Even worse is when those accidents turn fatal, but that is another blog entry. My point is that we think that we have plenty of time and that everything will always be okay.
We don’t and it won’t. So, while it is never good to go around being paranoid, it is good to try to be prepared for whatever may come.
Again, you can only do so much, but thinking about what you would do if this or that happens, and taking necessary precautions is always a good thing to do.
You never know when that skiff of snow will be suddenly dropped all over your best laid plans.
As always: Keep your head up, your attitude positive, and keep moving forward!