Mostly sunny. High of about 65. Stacks of grey & white clouds lolling about. No real rain. Although it did rain steadily all through the night on Thursday. And it’s true that slate colored clouds covered nearly the entire sky for parts of Friday. A repetitive tape was stuck in the class recorder. It went something like this: “I think it’s going to rain. Is it going to rain? Look at MY umbrella! Those aren’t rain clouds they’re SNOW clouds. It might snow. Right Miss Moss? Miss Moss?”
While I waited for snow, I got out my box of Christmas decorations from the garage. Snow or no snow plenty of lights and glittery things are pretty to look at. Pom-pom garlands complete the look. These were hung in the kitchen. I think I’ll string together about 10 more miles worth and drape them on the outside of Moss Cottage.
After climbing up and down off the step ladder a few hundred times I’m finished. Christmas decorations go up in mid-December and stay up unti mid-February around here. I like to pretend I’m trapped in a blizzard inside of a cabin high up in the Canadian Rockies.
If you’re dreaming of a white Christmas going for a visit to MODERN COUNTRY might make you very happy.
More snowy winter scenes HERE. I do love the crafty blogs at Christmas time.