Now, I know what you’re thinking – “What an incredibly silly title” and maybe even a silly post. Obviously the terrible weather has dictated this post, but who’s to say we have to be serious every moment of every day? I say in the words of the late Heath Ledger – “Why so serious?” Right?
Of course, like most, I want to put my own original jovial spin on this post but I also do want to hit a few very important points your way, that is if you’ll let me… Pretty please with extra cherries and sprinkles on top…?
So with that being said, hopefully, this can be something that you can relate to when you’re feeling a bit, meh.
So what can we do about the wet weather? And the answer to that my quizzical amigos is;
However, like the famous quote dictates – ‘Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass, it’s learning to dance in the rain’. Which is just an obnoxious way of saying; Sometimes you have to learn to be happy with what you’ve got or what you’re dealt with, otherwise you’ll never truly find the happiness that contents you. So with that being said, there are ways in which you can learn to dance in the rain both literally and figuratively, and although it may seem a little difficult to begin with, I promise that once you’ve found your rhythm, you’ll find that maybe not the next time, or maybe even the time after that but one day it’ll come naturally to you and suddenly you’ll know how to dodge those rainy blues.
So, in a bid to offer support to those who may feel this way; I’m going to share my coping strategy with you all, not to bog anyone down, no! But to in fact hopefully (fingers crossed) educate and familiarise feelings that perhaps we all share but just don’t know it yet, because although it may come as a surprise to some – not many people like to talk about it.
In all seriousness though, if we’re too busy searching for ‘the unknown’ then we can easily lose ourselves along the way. So, I would like this to be seen as a gentle reminder that you’re doing great and by following something like this and doing what you’re doing, that you’ll get through this little, insignificant, inconvenient, bump.
That’s my ramblings over with, so now I’m going to leave you with my favourite quote from one of my favourite Disney films, Zootopia;