As the weather piles on, it provides some measure of comfort. Hopefully we're warm and there's plenty of food and company. Snew is the past tense of snow and as we begin this new year, we've been snewed because some of us have let things pile up, go wild, relegated
to "I'll do it tomorrow."
It doesn't have to be that way, the long tracks going nowhere. We can find perspective. It just takes some commitment to the idea that going somewhere takes work, planning and desire to make a change.
Snow can become snew. We can shovel away what fell outside with as much drive as we cleared a path to our door. And we don't have to do it alone. That's what our friends and neighbors can do. It does take a community of passion to sort through stuff we know we don't need or want. It's easier than we think. Imagination and the will can make it happen. Really.