LET ME SNOW
Are you waiting for the first snow to fall?
Someone has told me, that first snow is like first love. Sounds silly.
Does snow make us happier?
A bold YES. Written in white.
It stops us for a moment. Makes us look and appreciate. Excites us and makes us realize that the most beautiful holiday of the year is just around the corner.
It‘s still uncomfortable to talk about winter. After saying the word out loud I can feel shivers going down my back, especially after living in summerly colored Malaysia for some years.
But to be honest, I miss white snow. I miss layers of clothes, sweaters, hats, and huge warm scarfs. I miss footsteps pressed in snow. I miss mulled wine. I miss his naughty eyes and a toast “to you, to me and to whatever is about to happen tonight…‘‘.
I wish it to be warm and cozy.
How does it sound to you: to spruce up with snow? With snowflakes?
To melt in someone’s palm? To dress up in white and leave white footsteps behind you on white fresh snow? To drink a hot latte with white foam on top, enjoying white chocolate on the side? To admire stylish people walking down the old town streets. Their handbags, cars, innocent laugh, good mood, glowing, loving eyes? To leave black letters on a sheet of white paper, creating and dreaming about a bright (white) future? To enjoy a ride to the sea in a white electric car? To order a glass of white wine, while wearing white heels? To love in white, hate in white, dream in white, let it snow in white on your white mask. Letting snowflakes stay on it forever. In white.
These thoughts sound silly when I‘m SILVER right now drinking black coffee. A mask with a pearl is by my side and I still can‘t believe how much this year has changed us.
I believe, that we can achieve anything – everyone in their own ‚white‘ way.
And even though we all are a bit scared, covering our faces, washing our hands more than ever, sanitizing everything, hearing so much information about it … Let‘s try. Let’s try one thing– to change black negativity to white positivity.
Let‘s try to see the best in the worst situations.
Create and share.
And let me snow today on my designs.
Photo by Marius Kas