Thursday, February 18, 2010

Diagnosis: Cabin Fever

I am getting cabin fever.  I have come to realize that I am not much different from a flower.  I need sunshine to grow and produce.  The weatherman promised we would see sunshine tomorrow.  I am too the point that if he is wrong this time I might just have to go find him and smack him upside the head!  The public school kids have used up all their snow days.  That means that any more days needed for snow will have to come from either their spring break or the summer break.  In the past nine years, they have never come close to using up their allotted snow days.  I guess the Farmer's Almanac was right with their prediction of a bad winter.  On the upside of things is that perhaps all the cold will wipe out our spring and summer bug population!  My little bathtub seeds are starting to sprout.  They will be ready to move under the grow lights in the next few days.  I am sure that when the heat of summer comes and the garden is in full swing, I will wish I had a good dose of cabin fever.  But for today,  I just need a little ray of sunshine!
grace and peace,
julie

6 comments:

jwcreath@gmail.com said...

I hear ya sister, me too! It has been a beautiful sunny day here in GA! PTL!
Praying for some sun for you too!!!

Darleen

Carmen C. said...

HERE,HERE! We haven't seen the sun in several days and it was only out for a couple hours then. I'm sure this summer when it's 90 and humid I'll be complaining but for now, I want spring:)

Mountain Mama said...

Amen Sister! I feel your pain. My "fever" is running high and if something doesn't change soon ~ I may also have to smack the weatherman upside the head.

Shannon said...

I feel your pain! Today we finally had some sun and we were so giddy with delight that we put the top down on the convertable! The high was only 45F but we just bundled up and enjoyed it.

Kristy Quinn said...

I'm totally ready for Spring too!

TnFullQuiver said...

We have seen the sun for the last two days. Y'all can't imagine how much I have accomplished with just a little bit of sunshine!!!
grace and peace,
julie