It has been so darn cold here. (I know, I know—it's colder where you are) We are not used to these clear, cold days, but I will take the cold if it means we get some days of sunshine and blue skies. No snow yet.
Our creek was frozen. Of course there were some open spots, but more ice than I have seen.
I have so much to do in the next few weeks, some of it Christmas, some of it other things. I hope I can start the new year with a relatively clean slate. Nose to the grindstone until then . . .
I love this Christmas message from CBS in 1966. Gotta have a little mercy for the birds this time of year!
Perfect commercial from CBS. ;-)ReplyDelete
It is not colder here. I thought it nearly was early yesterday. Early last night it started to rain, more sleet than rain. It rained all night and there is coastal flooding yet again this season but the current temperature is above 60. The wind is blowing and the clouds can't decide which way to go but the sun is peaking through every now and then.ReplyDelete
It will be warmer there too. Stay safe and warm.
You'll be happy to know it's not colder here either. No ice, no rain. Bu comfort and joy I think we can manage.ReplyDelete
That little cartoon was just delightful.ReplyDelete
The lake's freezing over here - at least the part where I live. Yes, colder here. When Gerrie said it was 24, I thought - wow, that's warm!ReplyDelete
It's all relative...
I was only nine at the time, but I remember this Christmas message!!! Thanks for reminding me of it!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for posting this. It's great!ReplyDelete