We've had pleasant autumn temperatures and/or rain so far -- but we're supposed to get hit with the first real storm of the season and ten inches of snow in the valleys (probably two feet or more in the mountains) on Christmas day.Shoveling, shoveling, now we go; Christmas bells are ringing. Shoveling, shoveling, through the snow, Christmas bells are ringing. :P
Sounds grim - it's lovely and warm here. Enjoy your day, Lisa - and your break from school!
Happy Merry!It's drizzly, with little wolfhound flurries.;-)
Gotta love those wolfhound flurries! :D
I hope you day was magical.And have visions of Santa having a quick dip...
Thanks EC - it was lovely, especially because I didn't have to cook! (first time for years and years). It wasn't really warm enough for a swim, although Santa would probably have wanted to get those hot clothes off...All the best to you.
Hope you had a great Christmas! We had somewhere between 4" and 8" of snow here in the city, the first real snow this winter. It was beautiful, especially since I spent most of the day in a nice warm home with my siblings and their families.
Thanks Max, I certainly did. I hope 2015's going to be a great year for you :)
It's unusually warm north of the equator this Christmas. All our snow has melted and I saw a neighbor in a t-shirt yesterday. Hope you had a splendid one where you are!
Thank you, John, I did. My friends and family in the UK aren't having a mild winter, if the news reports are anything to go by - enjoy your relative warmth!
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