As soon as it stops raining

  • …the car will be waxed.
  • …the garage will get cleaned.
  • …the garden will be planted.
  • …I may put down the book I am reading and tend to all of the above!

Spring Fever is a feeling unlike no other.  If the weather is sunny and warm, I want to put off work in favor of play.  If the weather is rainy and dreary, I want to curl up with a good book and wait for the sun to shine.

Our Spring this year has been soggy.  It’s too cold to put the hanging flower baskets out, yet too warm for the furnace to click on.  Some days present the dilemma of how hot must it be to turn on the air conditioning and suffer the accompanying electric bill.

Remember the childhood rhyme: “Rain, rain, go away.  Come back again some other day. Little Johnny wants to play.”?  Could it be that “some other day” is here?

So as soon as it stops raining, I am sure I’ll have a new thought to share with you.  In the meantime, please write to me and let me know how your Spring has been.  What projects did you do?  Any traveling?  Family visits?  Work ,work ,work with no time to play?  Visit my website – www.alicemaxin.com – and contact me. 

Now for a few other thoughts on paper…whoops, gotta go.  It stopped raining!

Wishing you a rainbow full of pleasant surprises ~             

Alice

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About Alice Maxin

Professional Writer, Certified Life Coach, Founder of The Write Turn - "Write it down, make it happen!" When you need just the right words, I am just the right person to write them for you: from wedding wishes to eulogies, from workplace flyers to retirement speeches and more. I'll help you say what you mean to get what you want. If you are looking for help in achieving personal or business goals, partnering with me as a certified professional coach is an excellent move to make. You are your own best asset; now work that to your advantage. With my background in education, writing, and labor relations, I am the right person to call at The Write Turn.
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