Last night New York (and most of the Midwest) got a major snowstorm. Over a foot of snow fell, cancelling school and keeping us indoors.
The snow instantly put me in a holiday spirit. Are you there yet?
Snow! I'm so envious. It's blue skies, wind and around 40 degrees out there today here. I need to turn my Christmas lights on! I love that little tree!
Yup, snow. Our first of the season.
Wow, you got snow! Keeping people indoors in these crazy times isn't a bad thing I suppose :-) I'm slowly - very slowly! - getting into the mood, and even put up our tree yesterday! xxx
Brr! We've actually had some cold weather a couple of nights with snow falling though it melts as it hits the ground.I'm hoping it'll feel more like christmas next week, but it is a bit underwhelming this year.Our usual tradition is a trip to the movie theater, which clearly won't happen. We're probably still going to rent something to try to get in the spirit.
It's hard this year to find the holiday spirit 'cause many traditions are off-limits, but some things (like snow and Christmas music) are still available to us.
Lovely photos. Santa I can explain - got me laughing. I'm in the mood, although this Christmas is different than usual as I won't be visiting family.
No snow here. I wouldn't mind some in January!
LOL I love the stocking!! Pretty tree too. No Christmas spirit for me...I'm still too sad. Maybe next year.
Love your tree and decorations, Ally. We started getting snow here in mid-October (bonkers, I know!), so the freshly fallen flakes of December just added to the mounting total. Together snow both old and new helped to make for a serene and incredibly pretty White Christmas. As much as I'm grateful for that lovely happening, I do hope that spring decides to come calling early this year (unlikely, but a Canadian gal can always hope). Nothing quite like the revitalizing joys of casting off heavy coats and boots, mittens and toques to feel the fresh sunshine warming you body, mind, and spirit once more. Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
Spring is my favorite season for exactly what you describe. I'm rooting for you to get one early.