You'll start crying when summer hits.
You'll plan trips to where there is still snow, realize the trip is too expensive and cry some more.
You'll strap into your snowboard in the living room carpet doing ollie's and such. Get in trouble from your husband. Then cry.
You'll watch snowboarding videos and photos from your time on the slopes. Then cry.
You'll wax your snowboard at home during a heat wave. Then cry.
You'll get your seasons pass in the mail late summer which will make you want to go even more. Then cry.
Once September rolls around you'll be looking at the steep discounts on previous year's gear. Spend all you money, be extremely happy but realize you still can't go. Then cry.
All your friends who hate winter will no longer be your friend because you won't stop talking about boarding and snow. Then cry.
In November, you'll hear about every resort but yours will be getting dumped on with snow. Then cry.
You'll do the same thing again in December depending on where you live. Curse mother nature. Then cry.
Once you finally hit the slopes the world will feel like a better and happy place again.
'Tis a vicious cycle...