Wednesday, 23 December 2009

Happy Christmas

This is how we are today, I have a feeling the power might go off soon, the weight of snow on the lines often brings them down. If you don't hear from me that will be why.
Have a lovely Christmas, at the moment I can't imagine that ours will be anything but white.

13 comments:

  1. Well I put soome snowy pics on my three r's blog a few days ago, and it still looks exactly the same, six inches of hard, frozen solid snow, despite sunshine. However, it is warmer sunshine today, the freezing fog passed us by today for a change, so I guess we won't be having a white Christmas. However you spend it, have a lovely time.

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  2. That's a lot of snow.(We still have some but the sun is shining here as I'm typing this. Stay warm and cosy and have a wonderful Christmas.

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  3. That is fantastic 'proper' snow! Don't you just love the way it neatly piles up on the thinest of ledges creating great towers?

    Hope the power stays on, but perhaps you should fill some flasks with boiling water so you can still make tea whilst you still have it.


    Good luck.

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  4. Wow, that's a lot of snow!! I hope you have a generator. We have a big one because we often lose power winter and summer. That comes from living in the bush.
    I hope if you travel you will be safe and if you don't, that you will have a lovely Christmas at home!!

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  5. Amazing!! I hope you manage to keep your power over the festive season. Merry Christmas. xxx

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  6. Happy Christmas to you too Jenny! Hope you're well stocked with provisions to see you through the snow, and have plenty of yarn to knit too!

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  7. Happy Christmas to you too! I hope the power doesn't go off and you manage to keep warm. That really is a lot of snow. I stopped crocheting snowflakes but it didn't seem to help at all, in fact the reverse!

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  8. I can't believe you'll have a proper white Christmas - wow! I hope that it's not prevented you too much from getting out to buy your last minute shopping or affected your Christmas plans.

    Have a wonderful Christmas! x

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  9. Merry Christmas Jenny! The snow looks amazing, but I guess it's not soo much fun when affects power etc. Hope all is well and that you manage to have a warm and relaxed Christmas. Ros

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  10. Merry Xmas and Stay Safe and warm
    Tracey x

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  11. Wow! That's a whole lot of snow! Merry Christmas, Jenny and I hope you keep nice and warm.

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  12. Happy new year to you also :0) I hope it turns into a grand year for you and yours!

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