That's how I feel today, anyway. The ultimate fairness is that we all are treated equally at random by the things that happen around us and to us.
Simply put, I spent a month- four weeks- in the (relative) warmth of Alabama. Loved it. Great weather most of the time, a few days in New Orleans where it was in the 70s. Rode 100 miles on my Trusty Trek bike.
So, I plan this trip so when I return to the frozen north-land, I can at least have the expectation that it will be 30 days warmer than when I left.
The high temp for the day we left was +9 degrees F. The high temp for Sunday when we returned 4 weeks later was -3 degrees F. Meteorological spring started and the temp is no better. The mean (average normal) high for Sunday should have been 31! On top if it, that -3 high temperature was a record. There has never been a day in March since records were started in 1886 when the high temp was below zero. NEVER BEFORE this year.
And the snow. My goodness, the snow and ice is everywhere. Many of the streets are ice-covered! You'd think I lived in Minnesota.
That's right. I do.