In a winter wonderland

I hope your Christmas was an enjoyable one.  We opened a few presents and then did a Zoom call with the kids to watch them open theirs.  The four year old immediately put on his little Spiderman face mask I got him and then pretended to shoot webbing at his sister and parents.

Later we cooked and had an enjoyable Christmas dinner as we watched some holiday classics on the television.  Did you know that there are some classics you can find in their entirety on YouTube – I consider that a win.  But after the calls and before dinner I decided it might be fun to go out into the snowy day.

We drove to the park where Snowy the Owl still was and quite in her element although on Christmas day there were only 5 photographers there.  Then it was off to take photos in some of the woodier areas of the park where the pine trees covered in the falling snow looked picture perfect (will share later) and I even got into a couple of the photos… before I came to my senses and got back into the warm car!  Snowy weather with winds and temperatures in the upper teens was entertaining for a very short time!

How was your Christmas?

Teri ☃️☃️☃️

This is one of my favorite hats by the way.  It’s a purple monster (I call it my purple people eater hat) with three googly eyeballs on top and fangs in the front.  Cool, huh?

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12 Responses to In a winter wonderland

  1. Timothy Price says:

    More snow than I like. It’s fine to look at it in your photos.

  2. Pit says:

    Our Christmas was different, of course, but good. 🙂 We had a Zoom-meeting with Mary’s children and her cousin, and other than that spent a quiet and lazy day.

  3. Deb says:

    That does look every bit like a wonderland, even though so unforgiving and cold! The flying snowflakes are beautiful in the photo, and it’s amazing to see your spirit in stepping out of the car into that cold. The hat is fantastic 🙂 adds the only vibrant colouring to that monochrome landscape!
    We first saw lots of snow when we visited UK long time back. We were delighted by the weather prediction of lots of snow, and went out at midnight to photograph the snow. We don’t have snow where we stay and were super excited. The next morning the snow started to melt and I still remember the terrifying 15 minute walk over the slippery melting snow to the office building 🙂

    • Thank you so much, Deb! My hat has a special trick. I can pop the eyeballs out and let them wiggle about 🙂 I was somewhat like that the first time I ever saw an ocean when I was much much younger. I was thrilled but also terrified because it was so big and I’d heard stories of the things in the ocean that could “get” you. One bad snow storm when I was first out of college, they didn’t let us go home from work till it had really started piling up (Idiots!) and what was normally a 20 minute drive home was over an hour!

  4. Nancy says:

    Winter Wonderland! And I love your hat and the fun it brings you!
    Happy Day to you!

  5. Lavinia Ross says:

    Christmas was grey, rainy and quiet, but beautiful and peaceful in its own way.

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