winter

old-fashioned . . .

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That’s what they’re calling it here on PEI – an old-fashioned winter – which means snow, snow and more snow.

I like it – snow means sledding, snowmen, snowforts, snowball fights,  endless stretches of sparkling, pristine white, rosy cheeks, and oh, the moon on the snow – have you ever seen the moon cast shadows on the snow? That’s the time to go cross-country skiing.

I remember the snow reaching to the telephone wires in places.

I also remember sticking my tongue on the screendoor handle – ouch!

 I don’t know why I did that.

Did you ever? 

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 Our New Year’s get together (or “doo” as my Mom used to call it) is at our next-door neighbours.  It’s a good thing! We may have to dig out the snowshoes to get there!!

Wishing you New Year blessings!

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5 thoughts on “old-fashioned . . .

  1. It’s been too long since I’ve visited. I love your Christmas Theme — so cheery and bright and yet homey too. Loved the snowy pictures. Beautiful!Yes, I liked the flag pole at school. I think everyone must give a frosty pipe a lick sometime in life.New Year Blessings!~Jody

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  2. Islandsparrow says:

    Lovella my mom used to say things were "on the blink" too!K and Susanne – yes!I’m getting a lot of picture-taking in! I should look up some tips for snow-photos.

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  3. Did you take those pics with your new camera? They’re great!I once licked a swing set in the snow. My tongue got stuck. It was painful and embarrassing but I think it’s a kind of rite of passage…maybe. Have a great New Year’s and Happy New Year from here!Love to you!K

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  4. Oh yes we always called it a do too. Funny.Your snow pictures are just fantastic. We’re dry here today but the rain will be upon us soon enough. I’d take your snow anyday.Happy New Year!!

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