Nothing in nature remains static. We live in a world of cycles. The sun rises and sets, the seasons change, and even the temperature fluctuates within seasons. Take the recent weather in Washington, DC as an example.
|Silly me, I failed to snap a picture last night.|
Thank you http://www.houseofhawthornes.com/ for the photo.
Some of my friends complain that they are sick of winter and wish spring were here already. But what I think they are missing is an appreciation for the present. Yes, perhaps we've been hit with cold weather nearly every weekend so far this year (2015), which limits the ability to go for long bike rides or travel to Chinese New Years parties, but we've also had some unseasonably warmer days, too.
Instead of getting stuck in the rut of thinking that the weekend is the only time to play, consider being spontaneous and adventurous during the work week too! Take advantage of of the "warmer" winter days and go for a walk during your lunch break. Or perhaps sneak out of work 15 minutes early so you can go for a quick run before the sun sets and the temperatures drop back down to freezing. The world is full of possibility - you just have to keep your eyes open and look for it!
If you don't like the weather today, just wait until tomorrow. There is a good chance it will be different.