First Day of Spring! (and Personal Reflection)

Hello, there!

Welcome to the first day of spring, where finally (finally!) the weather is getting sunnier and warmer, and I can finally get out of my thick, winter coats and into *slightly* lighter clothes (perhaps a thin long-sleeve with the occasional T-shirt, if temperatures permit).

Taken from Love This Pic.

Normally, I like winter, but since coming to France (especially the north), I’ve found the long, winter months to be too much, let alone a tad depressing. Not only is it significantly colder than in Los Angeles, but also the amount of rain and dreary grey skies have put me off from going outside and instead choosing to wallow in my misery in my tiny flat.

Things are looking up, though, with more sunny days and just working on becoming a better person. With the first day of spring in full swing, it gives me a reason to look forward to the spring break holidays coming up in just a couple of weeks. I’m in dire need of a vacation, so I really can’t wait!

Any case, that’s about it for me in this post; it was just for me to update you on life a bit. Let me know what you’ve been up to, and whether you’re glad that spring is here! Take care, bloggers. 🙂

— The Finicky Cynic

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6 thoughts on “First Day of Spring! (and Personal Reflection)

  1. Happy Spring! I am so excited for Spring to be here. Winter doesn’t want to let go here in New York; we had a snowstorm last week and it’s going to be in the 30s tomorrow. However, I am excited that the warmer weather is so close!

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