A Tale of 2 Days

Yesterday it was raining and cool. I could still see some green in the grass. It was a nice day for December where I live.

This is what I woke up to this morning.

This is normal for December where I live. One day no snow and the next waking up to see it snowed.

I tried to convince my little sister in Jesus, Vanessa of braveblessedandbeautiful.com, that she would enjoy the snow during Blogger Chat this morning. I don’t think she agreed. She lives in a place that is never cold. I wonder if she has ever even seen snow in person. lol

What to do on a snowy day? The coffee pot is full, enjoyed Blogger Chat in Zoom, will watch some football, do some reading, and catch up on blogging. Part of me wants to go outside and have fun in the snow too.

If you live where it snows, what do you enjoy doing on snowy days?

If you live where it never snows, do you want to experience snow?

Thank you for reading. God Bless.

33 thoughts on “A Tale of 2 Days

  1. It’s chilly here in SW MO and we might get some snow tomorrow. But nothing like the snows we got when I was even younger. We had terrible ice storms in my past. Stay safe, warm, and blessed!!

  2. I love the snow – I’m British! We look forward to snow and “dream of our white Christmas” We find it magical, until the reality of day 2 when the roads are lumpy and iced up or turned to slippy slush… In the countryside it’s beautiful and in the back garden and parks. We love to have snowball fights, go sledging and we HAVE to make a snowman – at least one each winter!

      1. Don’t know about that, if it is warm enough then maybe. Will do camping πŸ• if no alternative choice, with the church family. I look for a hotel or b&b near by. πŸ˜€

  3. Living in the Midwest I have lived with snow my entire life. I have to admit, although I can handle the cold most of the time, it is the driving that I really, really dislike. But if I am blessed to be able to stay at home……I make sure our chickens are as comfortable as possible and I wrap myself in a blanket and read with a cup of tea!

  4. We don’t get much snow in Georgia. I didn’t see a lot growing up in Tennessee. So, one year I went to Switzerland, Geneva, and there was plenty, especially at the top of the Alps. I loved it, and my daughter asked me why I took so many pictures of snow! I saw skiing for the first time, and it was like ballet on ice. Simply beautiful. But, I lived in Illinois one year and the car still moving on snow after braking meant only one winter there. I like to visit snow, but not drive with a lot of it.

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