Is it too early to tell?
Well it's already December in Oshkosh, Wisconsin and we haven't had a good snow just yet. There was supposed to be a blizzard today and we were supposed to get about five inches of snow. It's almost midnight and nothing. Some places did quite a lot tho, so I think for some reason it totally skipped our home.
While I wallow in my disappointment that I didn't get my white, fluffy snow - most of the people here are glad. For reasons that I understand, but can't justify myself, I know why many people here do not like the snow. It's cold, it makes the streets icy and harder to drive, you have to shovel or blow the snow and on, and on. Well I do not hate doing any of those, and I actually would choose to blow the snow rather than mowing the lawn.
We decided to go out for dinner tonight to one of our favorite spots in town, and visited a game store on Main Street. The lights were pretty, but sadly not enough Hallmark-movie Christmasness in this small city. We visited Bear's mom for a while too, got to hang out a bit before the busy schedule that's coming ahead.
I was having a bit of an existential crisis for a few days/weeks/months/my whole life now. Things have been going pretty well, but could be better. Some days, I get this odd feeling that's hard to explain. There's this sense of satisfaction and contentment, but there's also that fear that things may not last as long as I hope. Perhaps I worry too much.
So shoo negativity. Let us enjoy life.
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Things I Love
Photography. Puppies. Arts. Crafts. Cooking. Animals. Makeup. Beaches. Pink things.