Well 5150’ folks, I think it is safe to say that spring has officially sprung! From a buzzing David Street Station on Saturday morning to this weekend’s warm temps and endless blue skies, we never want this high to end. But does it really have to?
You know, we can’t help but feel as if this spring holds so much more meaning than other seasons past. Maybe because it just dumped three feet of snow on us a few weeks ago or that this time last year our lives looked a lot different...
In April of 2020, we were: tied to our spaces, kept from our friends and family, working in our pajamas, binging tiger documentaries, homeschooling our kids while trying to keep our sanity and surviving a global pandemic moment-by-moment.
Although, by now, we’ve gotten pretty damn good at living out most of our days moment-by-moment, this weekend was more than just another sign of springtime in Casper. This weekend was a reminder that beautiful days are ahead.
Beautiful days are ahead.
With that, here’s to embracing the burn and bloom of spring - like never before. May you take the time that you need to burn the things that no longer define you and grieve the hardships and losses of this last year. Recognize how far you have come, how hard you have worked and just how much you have grown. But then, let it all go.
Go on and bloom into the people and places that make your heart come alive. Let’s get back to living the Wyoming way and celebrating life the best we know how: take us on adventures below the stars, pour us a local beer on a patio, let us loose in a downtown boutique, give us a good ol’ Alcova sunburn, lead us to an open, country road with friends, turn up the music at David Street Station and, by God, please please let us dance in the streets at Yellowstone Garage!
Here’s to a 5150’ summer, the way we like it! May we never again take for granted the little things that make this place feel like home.
A wiser person once said, “The future belongs to those who can see it.” And on that note, we’ll SEE you out there.
PS – What’s your fav part about Spring in Casper? Share your story here.