Rain is falling.  Spring is stalling!  Here in Minnesota, we had been enjoying some absolutely fantastic Spring weather.  Warm breezes and sunny skies were setting all sorts of records.  We were spoiled, thinking we would have an easy transition into Spring and Summer.  But, that turned out not to be the case.  This past week has been cold and blustery, with near freezing temps at night, and – – the possibility of snow.  Yes, snow in May!  Uff da!

 We can't always predict accurately what surprises Mother Nature has in store for us; nor can we predict accurately what surprises Life has for us.  Just when we think everything is going smoothly, something unexpected happens.  If you are in the state of transition buying or selling a home, you probably know what I mean.  And so it goes; up and down, start and stop, and start again.  At this juncture, it's important to remember that:  'I'm never gonna stop the rain by complainin', and "It won't be long 'til happiness steps up to greet me." 

Thank you to B.J. Thomas for today's inspiration:

Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head

Ooooh!  I think I see some sunshine peeking through the clouds.  "Nothing's worryin' me!"

Life is good.

Beata Rydeen, Professional Life Coach - Email - Website

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