I love Elsa from the movie “Frozen.” Who doesn’t love a queen? I rooted for her as she took off from her castle-prison, throwing caution (and her gloves) to the wind as she freed herself to be who she was born to be. I know every single word to “Let It Go” and any time it comes on the radio, I sing it loudly, proudly and very badly. I think it’s cool she created Olaf and his need for warm hugs and I’m all about girl power. Her bond with Anna, her sister, is #relationshipgoals.
But despite all of that, I’ve had enough! I’ve truly had enough. I looked at the forecast this morning and they are calling for snow tomorrow. Seriously, it’s April! It’s spring, people. Daylight savings time is finally here and I’ve lost an hour of sleep in anticipation of warmer weather. I am supposed to be wearing a light jacket!. And yet, we have snow and I’m still bundled. I don’t dare pack up my scarves or gloves or hats or winter coats for fear that I will be “frozen” (no pun intended) without them. I am still wearing my Ugg boots instead of my cute canvas sneakers.
I can’t take another day of flurries and talk of inches and ice. I can’t take another day of the cold. I feel like I’m living in a real-life version of Arendelle and Elsa just won’t let up. Someone, please tell her we got the memo and she can stop now. Maybe Anna can talk some sense to her like she did in the movie because I yearn for the blazing sun and the stifling heat. I long for air-conditioners and iced coffee. I want to see my sidewalk again and plant my flowers. I’m ready. Please, Elsa, let the snow go!