I've heard people say that the first snow of the year depresses them. I don't understand this reaction to the snow that I see as beautiful, but I know that it's true for many people. I guess the snow signifies that the summer and fall months have gone away and that there will be days that must be spent indoors. It's tough not being able to go outdoors when you want to, but it's also tough to be depressed. There should be so many ways that people can crawl out of that depression and at least learn to live with the season.

The first snow usually comes around Christmas, so Christmas is one bright spot. It's a time of togetherness and family. It's also a time of receiving and giving, two of the favorite things of almost everyone. As you enjoy this kind of activity, try to improve your attitude and think about all the wonderful things that happen over the Christmas holiday. You can make sure that the next time that snow falls, you'll be happy.

Be sure to curl up and watch plenty of DirectStarTV when it snows. This will give you the experience of watching happy and exciting things even when you can't get out in the world to do them yourself. Stay merry and bright, at least as much as possible.

I appreciate the guest post, Vito Rivers

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7 Responses
  1. roentare Says:

    It is way too hot over here.

    Snow is at least cool!

  2. Tekkaus Says:

    Why it doesn't snow here in Malaysia. :p Even a little will do. Haha :D

    Hmm...perhaps those who are depressed by snow are the one who don't appreciate the beauty of it.

  3. lina Says:

    Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and family, Ayie. :)

  4. rainfield61 Says:

    Merry Christmas to you.

  5. Anonymous Says:

    I can understand why people get depressed: there is no sun when it's snowing..

  6. [SK] Says:

    could it be because everything is dully white without colors, and weather is cold without sunshine?? but we don't have snow here in Kuala Lumpur~~ :D

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