It’s finally March! Can you believe we survived Winter and made it to the month when Spring begins?
It’s been quite the long haul, I’ve done a lot of shoveling, put on tons of layers, and have taken my Post Traumatic Snow Disorder medications on a regular schedule.
Now I am ready to put the shovel, ice chipper, and roof rake into deep storage, and get out my lawn mower, gardening tools, and barbecue.
My question to you is: What do you think should be the theme to my Welcome Spring Barbecue? I know for sure that I want to burn Snow Miser in effigy, but what about an overall theme?
I need to start planning now because Spring will be here before we know it.
By the way, I would be honored if you would attend my shindig!
Just call me…
You need to put on the brakes and consider that maybe your Post Traumatic Snow Disorder is messing with your head.
Sure, the calendar might say that it’s March, but there is no way we are out of the snow ravaged woods yet.
Haven’t you ever heard the saying about March: “In like a lion, out like The Silence of the Lambs???” It was -13 degrees when I woke up this morning. There’s snow in the forecast tonight. If you put away your Winter equipment now, you are going to be screwed.
I advise you to not give in to March Madness!
I know it’s so tempting to believe that just because Spring begins later this month that Winter is going to simply fade away quietly.
There is no way Snow Miser is going to give up the spotlight that easily. He wants to bring on a New Ice Age so that he might rule over us with a frozen fist for all eternity.
Bury your thoughts and feelings about Spring. If Snow Miser can sense them, they will be your downfall. Continue on like a Winter Warrior, ready to take on the season until the bitterly cold end.
If you let down your guard too soon, you’ll be buried under an icy avalanche of disappointment.
Hang in there, though, and definitely let me know when the barbecue is once Spring has actually sprung.