Congratulations. I guess.
Beautiful. Please send some to me!There is a christmas 'gift' of a poem over at my blog.Happy Christmas P.
lol Lee - for those of use who like snow (except to drive in) this is indeed cause for celebration. I most likely won't be as thrilled with the snowstorms in March ;)HHB - thanks HHB. I'll pop over. Happy Christmas to you, too!
Hi pauline. Glad you got the snow you wanted.I wanted wassail, fen, yule, and all those other weird things of the season -- but I did not want this bitter 'chold'!!Season's Greetings to you. Have a very merry.
That looks like a one eyed demon, glaring out of the dark!I hope you enjpy a white Christmas. I listened to my grandmother talk of her childhood Christmases in England's freezing snow, & wished I could experience it all!
white christmas here in the seattle area, too. as much as i enjoy looking at it (and it is still falling and will continue off and on through christmas eve), i miss being out in the christmas air, doing last minute shopping for little things, picking up baking items at the market, seeing good holiday release movies, eating delicious seafood in fancy restaurants decorated beautifully for the season. we don't get back to normal until christmas day when we go back to rain. guess we will be out and about on dec 26 when the rain melts this foot plus of snow we'll have!
I hope you can just sit back with a big cup of tea enjoying the serenity of the whiteness. You've laid in enough food to last for the winter, I'm sure!
A merry one to you, too Roberta!Meggie - if you could get here, I'd take you sledding!Sky - you got more snow than we did. I've been watching the weather for your part of the country. I have family in Oregon and this is the most snow they've had in years, too!Barbara - I will be with my youngest daughter Christmas Eve and the grands and family for Christmas day and the weekend. There will be lots of tea but not much time to put my feet up!
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