Signs You May be Trapped in the Eternal Winter from ‘Frozen’

from Wildlife Promise

0 3/25/2014 // By Dani Tinker // , , , , , ,

Like most of the nation, I’m smitten with the movie ‘Frozen’. I sing ‘Let it Go’ on my way to work, I want to build a snowman, and I’m pretty sure we’ve been cursed to an eternal winter here in Virginia. It’s hard to tell where reality ends, and the world of ‘Frozen’ begins. I’ve compiled a helpful guide to indicate you may be living a ‘Frozen’ life.

You look out your window to see this…

Frozen photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Panagiotis Laskarakis.

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Panagiotis Laskarakis.

…or this…

Ice crystals by Nathan Deaton

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Nathan Deaton.

…or this…

Ice crystals by Mark Zborowski.

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Mark Zborowski.

This has become your primary form of transportation.

Child sledding by Lorissa Soriano

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Lorissa Soriano.

Your favorite outdoor patio restaurant looks like this…

Frozen tables and chairs by Panagiotis Laskarakis.

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Panagiotis Laskarakis.

When you talk to rocks, they turn into cute trolls.

Mossy boulder by Steve Baty

Photo by Steve Baty

You build a snowman and it follows you around.

Snowman by Dani Tinker.

Photo by Dani Tinker/NWF.

All the trees around you look like this…

Photo by Barbara Harville

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Barbara Harville

Your closest friends are reindeer.

Reindeer by Charles Bell.

Photo by National Wildlife Photo Contest entrant Charles Bell.

Tired of this endless winter? Here are 5 ways to prepare for spring!

  1. Check out these signs that indicate spring has arrived.
  2. Find native plants to add to your garden.
  3. Create a wildflower meadow with these tips.
  4. Hunt for signs that spring is coming.
  5. Build a backyard pond and these frogs might show up!