Spring is my favourite season. The melting of snow gives me freedom from what seemed like an endless ,gloomy and cold atmosphere of winter. The color springing from everywhere make me see brighter things and thanks to the daylight saving time, I’m slowly regaining back my energy. Seeing more light in the day makes me accomplish more things while the darkness of winter makes me want to stay under the sheets.
I love walking outdoors without the haste that usually happens when its too cold out to walk like I have all the time in the world. I love being able to open the doors and windows to eliminate the cooking odours inside the house. This afternoon I was already telling my husband that I wish spring never ends. I know it has not officially started yet but this day is exactly the kind that makes me feel alive again after the long months of winter.
I love spring because it gives me a shift in my disposition. I am more inspired, more energetic and more light hearted. I want to call it a sunny disposition. And I want to be able to maintain this even after spring, and moreover, even during winter time.
Its easy to fall into patterns of worrying and pessimism when we are overwhelmed with tasks or problems along the way. If we don’t help ourselves ,we can be buried deeper and deeper into this dark disposition until it totally weigh us down.
On this day that I consider as the start of spring and as a result of my sunny disposition, I listed small but important things that I want to do:
* Every day matters. Every single day is what makes up a lifetime.So make it a chance to make beautiful moments with the ones you love.
* Its okay to be silly. So go ahead, loosen up and let go.
* Worrying does not change anything. So.. right! Stop worrying.
* Always look at the brighter side.
*Lighten up. Always remember that too much seriousness can add years to your looks. (yikes!)
*Be thankful everyday. Even though I don’t have all things I want, I am already blessed with all things I need.
That is my sunny disposition list. I am hoping to carry it up until the next winter time.