Phyllis Vance once said, "It's raining Cats and Dogs out there." And although that doesn't really make any sense, she's right in more ways than one. In this particular moment, she only meant it figuratively speaking as she was referring to how much rain there was.
But life is so much like these rainy days, but it's really all about your perspective on how to weather the storm.
Each and every day is unique in it's own way. Think of every new day as a person's fingerprint. Every fingerprint is similar, but none are the same. Not even identical twins have the same fingerprint.
So how are you treating each and every day? Are you treating them like they are similar? Or are you celebrating them in all of their uniqueness?
There is beauty in everyday, its just up to you to find what it is about that day that is special to you. Or how you're going to make that day special.
Too often, people get comfortable with being comfortable. When life gives them rain, they sit inside with a blanket and watch Netflix until the storm passes. But there is no better time than now to face the storm head on.
Whatever it is that you're going through right now, it's time to get your rain boots and get out there and put in work. The weather isn't going to change for you, the weather is the weather. So stop worrying about what you can't control, and take control of your situation.
Even if it's something small, a change for the better is always better.
By the end of the day Phyllis Vance's view on the storm changed because of her perception.
I mean normally the rain would make me want to stay at home curled up with a good book. But everyone is being so nice to me today, I'm really happy being here
So find your happy place in the middle of the rain, and you'll find yourself wishing for gray skies.