Hi, Mama Nature. Jennifer, here…the one in New Town, IN. The one that used to moan and complain about you and your evil ways in Alabama. Certainly you remember me. I’m writing to you to express my deepest irritation at your inability to deliver on Spring here in Indiana. As I’m SURE you’re aware, Spring arrived March 20. Here we are on April 10 and the forecast for the next several day is full of teases. Nobody likes a tease, you see.
It’s supposed to be in the 60′s today and tomorrow, but those warm temperatures are being accompanied by thunderstorms, a most unwelcome guest. This weekend is actually supposed to be sunny, but COLD. Your inability to perform your basic job duties is simply unacceptable.
Listen up, Mama, and listen good. Ella has a closet full of adorable spring/summer dresses and outfits, some of which I’ve had since before she was born, that I’ve yet to even wash because of your inability to deliver on Spring. I know that if I wash these darling outfits, you won’t send warmer temperatures until June or July. You’re cruel like that.
My patience is running thin. All I want is some sun AND warm temperatures at the SAME TIME so that I can dress my daughter up in her new little outfits. Would it be that hard to let me experience a little joy?
Please deliver on your promise of Spring.
Yours in utter annoyance,
Jennifer and family