It’s a snowy day outside my window…I guess I could say that I’ve been all frozen up and that’s why you haven’t heard from me for awhile…and maybe that’s partly true. The beginning of winter can be a crazy time, but this year seemed to be a bit crazier than usual….snowise: early in November we had a BIG blanket of snow fall on us…and then it never really left. Which is fine with me, I love looking out my window at the beautiful snow. But other things were going on, too….I went in for a little surgery, our main computer/tv died a sad death, a few kids’ struggles at school, tons of work and homework for Henry, health stuff, and even some plain old winter blahs!! So with all of that, somehow I just didn’t blog. I would write posts in my head, but somehow they never got posted.
Now Christmas time is here and I keep making up blog posts in my head…so I thought I should try and get at least a few posted!! I thought I’d start off with a few photos of what I see outside my window….I just can’t help taking photos out the window, of sunsets, snow and trees. I try not to include uglyish things like roads and signs and cars parked everywhere, or the bus-stop. I am so very happy that I can see trees!!! The tree right in our front yard died a few years ago and we were all sad about it 😦 but there are still plenty that we can see. 🙂 Here are some of the shots I’ve been taking since the first big snowfall in early November.
I love it when the ugly grey streets are covered in white (turns to beige) snow! Yes, I know, I am not the main snow shoveller!! This year our walkways were done for us for awhile….and then they stopped. Today is a really white day…you can’t tell where the snow on the rooftops end and the sky begins…..
Well, thanks for being patient with me (and also now that I don’t have spell check anymore)…. I really do want to try harder and get some more posts done before Christmas!! 🙂
Yesterday was “warm” like above zero and it even rained…then turned into wet snow. During the night the snow froze and was all crunchy and blobby today. After a strangely warm beginning to the winter (weatherwise, that is) we finally have some real snowy scenery. I love love love taking snow photos, though I’m not so great at it. But the countryside was so inspiring I had to snap away!
Ayer fue casi tibio por aqui, grados arriba de zero y hasta llovió…despues empezó la nieve. Durante la noche se congeló y se puso todo ‘crunchy and blobby’ no tengo idea como traducir esas palabras… Este invierno ha empezado muy extrañamente, sin mucho frío, y hasta hoy tenenmos vistas realmente espectaculares de la nieve. ¡Me encanta tomar fotos de la nieve! aveces no muy me salen, no sé como balancear los blancos, pero eso no me para de tomar foto trás foto de los árboles cubiertos de nieve.