Anyone living in Edmonton, perhaps all of Alberta … perhaps BC, Washington, Ontario … has noticed that we have had an unusually high number of cloudy days in fall 2016.
It’s enough when daylight minutes drop like a stone, but add thick, heavy cloud cover and–voilà!–you get to endure a day that barely escapes dusk when what you really need to do is hibernate because that’s what makes the most sense.
This, of course, is a recipe for strange creativity to surface from a one’s murky subconscious.
But this is how we cope.
Take, for instance, the situation below:
Thanks to Frank G. for permission to post our conversation.
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Related: When Snow Gets You Down, Write Songs, in honour of the November 27, 2014 blizzard.