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Staying in

February 8, 2013

The snow has come again, we are told 15-25 cms today, we’ll see.   From soft icing sugar it has thickened and is now blowing around rather crossly.  It seems like a good day to stay at home and stay warm. On days like this I’m grateful for the chance to remain cosily by the fire and take it slowly.

soft-7700 soft-7701soft-7706soft-7710The boys are a bit fractious with all of the staying in but there is nothing about this day that entices me out!  Instead I will attempt to pacify them with some good books and perhaps a nice movie in front of the fire. soft-7708soft-7711soft-7707The snow is getting thicker, the fire warmer and my desire to curl up on the sofa with a blanket and a child or two stronger.  Why fight it?

Stay warm and cosy, wherever you are.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 8, 2013 9:01 pm

    We love the Canadian Flyer series. Athena owns over half of them. Aren’t they good? We rarely get blizzards here. The snow blows around a lot but we don’t get the good accumulations. Bleak is the word I’d use to describe it. I am a winter person though so I am never bothered by snow, unless we have to drive to the city. Then I am anxious the entire trip.

  2. February 9, 2013 11:49 am

    Yay! Fernwood Farm! Perfect name.

    We’ve got your snow now – blizzard warnings and all. We’re tucked under blankets with coffee and the internet. Too bad we don’t have a fire…

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