Sunday, December 18, 2016

Short-lived snow

A temperature slightly below the freezing point and a few flakes of snow will make quite a difference, at least for the Nordics and other people living in this part of the world.






Saturday was frosty but the joy was short-lived. All the whiteness melted by Sunday. I wonder how many more comings and goings we will see before winter will finally overtake if at all. According to the forecast, once again our holiday season won’t be “just like the ones we used to know”. Which means will be free to concentrate on the merrymaking indoors! “Always look on the…”



You too, I hope. I might be too busy to post in the next few days – even the no-nonsense-present-giving mom will have some extra kitchen duty this time of the year – so my best wishes to you all! May you have a most happy holiday with lots of special time with the ones you love!



6 comments:

  1. Your pictures show such a mellow cosy scene with or without snow. It's good to have so many welcoming lights in such a dark corner of the world. We would love snow for Christmas but rain and more gales are the order of the day. Hope you and your family have a lovely Christmas. B X

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    1. Thank you, Barbara. All the best to you and your family whatever the weather. They just reminded us in the news today that global warming will affect the Nordic region twice as hard as the rest of the world so we had better get used to snowless Christmas, too.

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  2. Lovely festive images Teresa - I noticed on the weather maps that you had a touch of snow.
    Enjoy happy days with your family♡

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  3. The cafes and bars give the impression of a warm welcome from the cold, in your images. Hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family. Sarah x

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    1. Happy holidays to you and your family too, Sarah.

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