Thursday, March 25, 2010

I love a rainy night..

such a beautiful sight.  I do love it when it first starts raining. 
The weather this week has been really nice.  Except for Monday.  One of those weird
"transitioning from winter to spring" days where we got a little of everything-snow sleet and rain. 

Ever hear the definition of insanity?  Doing the same thing over and over expecting different results.  Well, I've been thinking about that this week.  It's just like the weather, when changes happen there is a transitioning period, sometimes it can be pretty harsh but eventually the change will come about, with perseverence and commitment.  Spring doesnt' give up because Winter is not wanting to let go.  Spring doens't say, "I just cant' do it, it's too hard".  It perseveres. There might be some days that Winter seems to be taking control again but Spring keeps on and eventually Winter has gone away. 

I'm thinking of some changes that need to be made.  Just trying to get up enough strength to try to make them, remembering that what I've been doing isnt' working. 

~~til later


Kelli said...

Today is one of those cold not winter days here. Sleeting. This is a beautiful post. There is a lot of change going on for me right now too. Thanks for reading and commenting on my blog by the way. It does mean a lot to me.

Tipper said...

Spring seems like a time I want to change things too.

After reading your post-I have Eddie Rabbitt going round and round in my head: )

Farm Chick Paula said...

Winter and Spring have been going at it around here too, Patty. I think Spring is winning.. (I hope)

I agree- I think Spring is the time of renewal, so maybe it's a perfect time for change.

Eggs In My Pocket / Yesteryear Embroideries said...

I have always love the rain. I hope that you find your changes working for you. I know how you feel when you can't find the energy. Have a wonderful Easter. blessings,Kathleen

Summer Gypsy said...

Hi there,
I found your delightful blog through Tipper. I love this post, and it is so true about Spring keepin' on trying even when Winter tries to keep the door closed. I hope that you have a blessed Easter, and I would love to have you visit my "cottage."
Joyful Easter Greetings,