Rain! no Sun! No Rain! No, wait, sun. Ah, no, that would be rain. Except, oh yes, back to sun.

My life is like the weather.

Our weather here.

We had a slow start in the Lower Mainland (of British Columbia) to summer this year.  The days were cold, the weather dreary.  I rather loved it.

Finally the sun came!

Oh, but then there was rain.  And then sun.  Then back to rain.  These days we start with overcast and potentially rainy and finish with sunny.  Mostly.

You’d think the weather fey were confused or something.

Sure, realistically, it probably has more to do with the volcano eruption earlier this year than with unseen metaphysical or mythical (depending on your viewpoint) creatures, but it’s still been all over the place annoying.

Rather like my mood.  It’s up!  It’s down! It’s, oh, wait.  No, my mood hasn’t been that erratic.  Especially once you factor in the pms hormones.  Which must be factored in upon the pain of agonizing dismemberment and long-delayed death (why on earth would people say death and dismemberment?  the only real threat in dismemberment is to do it before the person dies.  Really, the logic failures that happen in standard phrases, it’s disheartening).

But while my mood hasn’t been quite so quick to change as the weather has, it still meanders from one side of the emotion pole to the other.  With stable periods and quick shifts and constant change in a background of familiarity.

What does it all come back to?  And thank you, Patrick, for reminding me of why we suffer through such pain (see previous post “Dissatisfaction”).  It’s because we’re here to live.

And strangely, living isn’t always happy, easy, joyful.

Sometimes it’s agonizing, idiotic and disgusting.

This is a good thing.  Like the weather, if our moods only had one flavour, one expression, then the rest of our existence, from body to psyche, would start to fail (if weather was only sunny, plants would die, if only rainy, they would drown and again die).  In my opinion.  And phrased that way because it works particularly well with the weather analogy.  But it’s still true.  If we were in a matrix, whole crops of human batteries would be lost if the matrix was made to be happy 24/7.  🙂

You know it’s a good day when you can use a movie reference in your blog.

Hello, sunbeam! (yes, one just came out).  Guess it’s time to get back to living.  Oh, right, that would be working, given that the lunch hour’s nearly over.

May the weather of your life leave you healthy, flourishing and well-nourished just like a healthy forest or field.

~Abysmal Witch.

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2 thoughts on “Rain! no Sun! No Rain! No, wait, sun. Ah, no, that would be rain. Except, oh yes, back to sun.

  1. Just discovered your blog at The Witch of Forest Grove, and your title made me laugh!

    Your weather is sounding a lot like ours here in Montana.

  2. Isn’t Sarah lovely?

    It was such crazy weather. We still have it a bit but mostly we’ve been hit with the feeling that summer is definitively over. No maybes about it.

    What is Montana like? I used to read a fair number of stories (yes, yes, romances lol) that were set there and it really made me want to visit. I have this image in my head of stunning and stark wide landscapes.

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