Friday, May 27, 2011
Surviving spring in Spokane reminds me of skiing fresh powder, down steep and tree-filled terrain. Here are the rules: Always look where you want to go. Keep both eyes on open space. Pick a line and commit. Then proceed to make your way.
I'm a terrible skier but, suffice it to say, as we finish another week of cloudy weather, my point is this:
Focus on the blue skies, people. Do your best to ignore the gray.
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