Monday, March 31, 2008

Monday Morning

Isn't it great when Mondays start off with rain? Not!! Does anyone else have a gray haze clouding over their day? 


While looking for the positives of this weather, I realized the snow melting away down my driveway. Is it possible? Could it be? Is spring finally arriving? Then, I flicked on the local news and discovered it was going to be 9 degrees Celsius here today!! Nine whole degrees. Wowee!! For those of you in the US, that's 48 degrees Fahrenheit. I don't even know what to do with myself. Well, I guess the first thing is to strap on my runners and get outside for a jog with the dogs. I don't care if it's raining. I'm going to soak up this above-zero weather for all it's worth. Next, I'm going to put my winter coat in the back of the closet and dig out a spring raincoat. I haven't seen it in at least 6 months. Time to dust it off, especially since tomorrow's forecast is 14 degrees Celsius (57 degrees Fahrenheit). This is such a great motivator and it makes the gray sky much more bearable. 

For those of you going through the same bland day remember to look for the positive in this. The snow is melting, the sidewalks are clearing, the flowers will soon be blooming, and best of all yummy produce will be growing for great Clean Eats all thanks to the rain that's pouring down today.

From the Eat-Clean Lady Looking for a Ray of Light Through the Clouds,

3 comments:

Mooreganics said...

A nutritional counselor at a local healthfood store recommended your cookbook to me. After reading your blog I am really inspired and will be ordering your book and cookbook today! I am also thrilled to see you are working on a family/kid cookbook. When will the new cookbook be available?

Blessings, Laura

Nancy said...

I just bought a great pink raincoat.. the old me would have worn black or grey, yay for cleaning eating and looking/feeling great!

Shannon said...

We have the same kind of weather here in NH. I'll take 48 degrees any day...that's like a heat wave.

I love that there are more daylight hours now, too.

Here's to fresh air and fresh vegetables at the stands....soon.