if Winter and Spring were married, their divorce each year would be one of the most volatile break ups, weather-wise. nothing seems amicable. even personally, i find myself in a mixed state of mind during this time. to demonstrate the chaos, let me explain what has happened since the End of Winter/Start of Spring.
i managed to break my foot while at a wedding dance. the next day i received a speeding ticket on my way home.
later, the newspapers revealed that some executives at my company were being sued. guess it's time for spring cleaning...get all that dirt out...
the company then announced that they were to sell part of the business. of course, employees were not privileged enough to know where they would be working, let alone have an actual say in it either. that was until monday when i was told i would be staying 'with the company'.
the cherry on top is that the only co-worker from my department going with me is the one who suggested that i use ProActiv. yeah, in front of our entire office and my one zit! who does that??? (yes, i need to let this go but seriously!!!)
anyway, the wise ancient ones say to not dwell on anything-good or bad. so i'm trying to treat the change like it's benign.
you can't explain a winter snowstorm after a nearly 70 degree day nor can you prevent a tornado-hurricane-flood. sure you can head for the basement, build a sand bag wall, and board up your windows but the reality is...it's going to run its course. even an umbrella isn't always prepared for the reality that sometimes it doesn't just rain...it pours.