Hello Sharon:We also had a big change in the weather from mild to quite cold and strong winds but no snow. A drop of at least 40 degrees F.I just read your blog from Friday and am pleased that your daughter is getting a job in her field. It is difficult to get a foot in the door, when they keep wanting experience! Sorry it is so far away. Is it somewhere easily reached by plane!All three of our children went away to Universities quite a distance from home. One son lives on the West Coast and the other son on the East Coast! We have made many trips to see them. It is getting harder now that we are older. We are blessed that our daughter only lives about 45 minutes away so are very thankful for that. Sometimes I wonder what I was thinking to move a country away!Stay warm and happy knitting.
I know! I was thinking about that when I was thinking about daughter moving that far away. I haven't asked my Mum but I wonder how she felt with me moving so far away. At least it wasn't like when my Aunt emigrated to Australia. She thought she would never see her again!
Ooh, the first snow fall! And not just a couple of flurries, either, by the look of it! Time to break out the hot chocolate and warm blankets! Have a lovely day.
The first snowfall is probably the only one I like lol. Snow always looks pretty out of a window, it is just the going out in it that I don't particularly like!
Snow is not a given here in the Seattle area but when it comes that's all we talk about and the roads get ridiculous. I myself refuse to drive in the stuff. Glad you have a cozy spot to knit.
That is proper snow - please don't send it here! Your pictures are amazing, I always love seeing them. x
I hope you had a nice Skype conversation with your Mum. Keep warm, Sharon. (The photos of the snow are pretty). On arrival back in the UK we saw the snow where it had settled on the moors on our drive back home from the airport. It's not easy for travellers to get through the narrow valleys going west to east or the other way through the mountains in snowy conditions.