Monday, March 30, 2015

A Letter to Mother Nature {SOL Day #30: 3-20-15}

Dear Mother Nature,

I am writing you to make sure that you have heard that it is spring.  Winter has passed and it is time for sunshine, warm breezes and tulip buds.

I'm not sure what is going on with you, but you seem very confused lately.  Just last week, you sent us a snow storm that we neither wanted, nor were we ready for.  The usual 25 minute trip to school took me almost an hour.

Today is my first day of spring break.  The sun is shining and it looks warm and beautiful out there.  But it's not...It is chilly and windy.  I will still have to wear my winter coat when I go out later...and a scarf...and probably gloves.

Please, please, Mother Nature, show some mercy and send us spring.

Sincerely,

Your Winter Worn Friend


6 comments:

  1. Ha!! Clever and cute. As I look out my Maine school window I see....snow! It's snowing yet again. Hope spring decides to join your break.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Ha!! Clever and cute. As I look out my Maine school window I see....snow! It's snowing yet again. Hope spring decides to join your break.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Ha!! Clever and cute. As I look out my Maine school window I see....snow! It's snowing yet again. Hope spring decides to join your break.

    ReplyDelete
  4. I love the letter format to express your frustration. If only she'd listen or write back! Hopefully, she'll appreciate your interest by giving you some warmth this week.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Dear Mother Nature,
    While I am thankful for your warmth here in Southern California and last week when I visited Phoenix, Arizona, being in the 80s makes it almost summer like. So I am wondering if you could send some of this sunshine to Jennifer and my other shivering SOLC friends. I don't want to appear too greedy. It is SPRING break, after all.
    Best,
    Your Sun Soaked Friend :)

    ReplyDelete
  6. I so agree! Today is sunny, but really windy. Just a few more degrees up would be appreciated!

    ReplyDelete

Please leave me a note to let me know you stopped by...