Allow me to say that I am sick and tired of living in a winter City

Allow me to say that I am sick and tired of living in a winter City. I am not trying to be negative about this kind of thing, but with the Advent of Facebook, I can see my friends complaining about all sorts of spring and summer problems in winter. Trust me, when it’s below freezing outside and you see your good friends arguing with each other about which Raleigh golf course they’re going to be playing at down on their North Carolina long weekend where it’s expected to be a little overcast but at least 50 degrees and they’re talking about how it might be too cold for a game of golf in some areas of the city…

That reality of theirs seems Mighty tempting. Yes, there are a lot of things I love about being up north. No snow on Christmas would seem Mighty strange. Outdoor rinks and Snowmen sure add a lot of character to all of the Suburban neighborhoods that surround us. There are all sorts of people and places and things that I absolutely love up here in my hometown, but that doesn’t mean that I wouldn’t rather be playing golf in February! Yes, I know, that the South has a lot of problems as well. Hurricanes, tornadoes, and heat waves would all be very difficult to deal with as well. So, I guess what I’m wondering, is that if the grass is always greener on the other side– or if the grass is only green to anybody if they can actually see it and it’s not buried under 10 feet of snow. That’s what I’m wondering. Can anybody lend me some perspective on this matter? As always, your feedback it would be appreciated.

PS– I swear that I’m not angry, I’m just curious and passionate.