There was a lot of whining, wind and fury all through the night of November 7, 2020, but after I turned off my computer and TV and went to bed, all I could hear was the howling blizzard winds outside the bedroom window. Amazing how our perception of what is going on is dictated by what we see and hear or what we do not see or hear.
I expected to go out this morning, November 8, 2020 and find the snow piled into high drifts covering my walks and driveway, but thanks to a thoughtful, empathetic neighbour, I had a lot less to deal with than I anticipated. About an hour of tidy up and all was as it should be, for this time of year, in this part of the world. I can only hope that the other whining, wind and fury, dies down soon, as reality is restored.
As B.C.’s Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry says….”Be Kind, Be Calm, Be Safe and Be Brave”. Amazing to how much of life, these few simple words can apply. In my case, I will add…Be Warm.
drowning out reality.
Time to accept facts.
The shoveling shots form my security cameras over two days.