Friday, 26 November 2010


One of the things I love most about living where I do is watching the changes - the seasons - the tides - the weather.

It's freezing cold, the first really cold weather this year. Until a few hours ago we had brilliant sunshine and crisp blue skies. But that's changing. The first altocumulus crept down from the north a few hours ago and now, over the hills, the clouds are thickening to grey.

There's a weather warning on the met office website - heavy snow and icy roads. And these days I don't just need to rely on the sky - I can see it tracking down across Wales on the rainfall radar.

I'm like a small child once again, my nose pressed against the frosted glass peering out at the sky -

Is it going to snow?

Did Father Christmas get my letter?

Will I hear back from that Agent soon?


  1. No snow here yet, but the grey clouds are gathering as twilight deepens. We might have white world tomorrow morning.

    Hope Santa receives your letter and the agent sends a letter (or any form of communication).

  2. It's so cold here, plus a foot of snow. Definitely time to get in the season of Christmas. And I hope you get your letter from Santa plus a yes from the agent!

  3. It snooooowed!!! I've woken up to a white word - wheeeeee!!!!

  4. No snow here yet, but it'll be comming down the mountain soon enough.(:

    I can relate to your feelings about the seasons. I lived in Florida for a couple of years and people barbequed at the beach on Christmas. It seemed like something was missing. I just couldn't get into the spirit of the holidays. In fact is was depressing. To me, it isn't Christmas without the white stuff.(: Happy holidays.


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