I am under snow! Albertans saw the fierciest blow of nature in these couple of days and for someone who resides in the southern part of this wonderful province I observed it too. It was beyond anyone's imagination, 40 to 50cm of snow and with a chilly, hitting-the-bone wind made it worse. Roads got stuck, transport got abandoned, schools were called off. I just wondered how quickly things change, how devastating one weather can be in a moment. The mother nature probably has more to offer and probably Mr. Claus would be a little to chilly to come accross Alberta. The weather is predicting one of the worst snowfall and down temperature over Alberta, Canada which means more uncleared streets, more stuck traffic and more traffic collision. I went out today to see the condition almost after literally being jailed for couple of days in house and found things are not same. Mother nature didn't seem short of powder to spray all over Lethbridge. The green turned golden grass buried in white snow and the roads got muddy. The high river bridge stands there all lonely with a gloomy background. Traffic lights are bleak, so are the faces of the people on the bus - no one is enjoying it for sure. When I first came here it didn't hit so hard, and I almost gave myself a false assurance of mild winter this time as well. I thought of finishing the winter with a feeling of survived-and-won. But my dream has been shattered in a cruelest possible way. I felt turned down like a fall leaf on the ground and blown away with reality. The sun is also not very keen to make any difference to the weather yet and we are left with another harsh winter to survive and pass.
A little heads up
The Blogorama is collection of my daily blog. Whereas category "Things made my life awesome" talks about my past wonderful experiences in an ascending order, "Now in my mind" says the issues I like my opinion on. "Life, in making" is recently started daily log (not so daily!), "Meditation" is something I come back so often, thought that would interest YOU too. Well, that sums it up (almost).
A constant dreamer, believe this is not the end of the world and try to make changes in my own life constantly. Life sometimes went hard and strict-my life's choices would determine whether I have taken them as lessons or punishment.
If you think someone else is the problem and is not letting you do certain things, that implies you perceive yourself a victim. Being victim is letting the person win. If you really want to make a statement: Ignore him.
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