Today was the day I was supposed to be taking my first helicopter ride and starting my yearly trek to Florida. It didn’t turn out quite the way I planned. I’m sitting in my house, in my pyjamas looking out at the dreary Canadian winter. We bought a place in Florida 2 years ago. We… Read More We’re Halfway Through January
My friend and I had made plans to visit another friend who had been hit by a car while riding her bike. We’d made food to take and planned to leave this morning. Everything changed when we were bombarded with reports of an impending snowstorm. We remained optimistic and planned to check again this morning.… Read More Expressing Gratitude Helps
I shared some photos of the most beautiful sunsets in the world two weeks ago. You can see those here. I’m in Kincardine, while my mom’s broken heel mends. Since then we have had snow blizzards for several days. I’m happy to report the sunsets have returned.
It appears that Ol’ Man Winter has come to Ontario, Canada finally. These pics are at my daughter’s place where they got really bombarded today. She lives near Kingston.
I live in Canada and as most people know we usually have long, cold, snowy winters in most parts of the country. There are exceptions, however. In Vancouver my cousin reported that they have hummingbirds at their feeder. They experience milder, rainy winters. Where I live, in Ontario, we have the lake effect. Since I… Read More This Is My Kind Of Winter
Those of us who live in Ontario, Canada had been experiencing very mild temperatures and rain for November and December. We usually have a white Christmas but this year it was unseasonably warm and green. January has been colder and snowy. Typical Canadian winter.
Today we woke up to the first snowfall of what usually is a very long winter in Canada. There’s something magical about the first snowfall and it prompted me to marvel at all 4 of our seasons.