Thursday, 5 February 2009

Indoor snow under a blue sky...


Having revelled in the glorious freshness of blue skies, sunshine and snow, I find myself now feeling a little jaded. The snow has turned to grey slush and the sky is heavy and grey. I came home from work today feeling exhausted for no good reason and took myself to bed.


I am hoping that tonight will bring more snow and I can spend tomorrow playing with my boys and running. There is something just wonderful about running in the snow - something reviving and liberating. In a way its like running in the rain... it doesn't matter how wet or splashed with mud one becomes, in fact the more the merrier. Like when I was a child and had no responsibilities. The snow makes me feel happy... its the slush that I don't really like.


I dreamt last night that I was being chased by a grizzly bear and then looked in the mirror ( in my dream ) to discover I had alopecia. I think I must be worried about things. Work is pretty wearing at the moment - the constant necessity to be calm and patient can be a bit much after a while. I think that's why I enjoyed letting go on Tuesday and flying through the snow like a crazy woman. Sometimes you need to let yourself go, let yourself be free.


Yes. Being in control all the time is not always a good thing.But it is a necessity. I am glad that I have this blog to write on. This is my indoor running. My indoor snow under a blue sky...



ps Have decided to be a friendlier blogger. If you are lovely enought to leave a comment I will promise that I will reply to you as a sign of my enthusiasm, friendship and just downright loveliness. There.( Now watch... nobody will visit for ages!!! )

3 comments:

Gail said...

Wanting snow? I would rather have that than ice.
I think we all have a bit of the duldrums.

Kork said...

I want snow!!!!!!!!!!!! It was warm enough here I was wearing shorts today...ugh!

Sarah said...

Gail, I agree -I would definitely not want your ice storms.They looked really SCARY!! S

Kork, I can't believe you are in shorts! The mere thought makes me shiver! S