How can it be so windy?
AND, how could all that snow MISS the DC-area?
Oh well, it is what it is. Maybe we’ll get a load of snow next time? Or something?
It does not look very promising for the foreseeable future, though. It is supposed to be 48 degrees (8 C) on New Year’s Eve!
Sigh, sigh, sigh…
Washington is located just where the north meets the south, so it all becomes a bit strange in the wintertime. Big storms blast the northern states, and we get spared, or big storms blast the south but the storms never reach us.
Yes, I’ve said it before; I would have zero problems living in Alaska, or in Greenland or in Nova Scotia. Or, for that matter; in Scandinavia, hahaha!!!
You can take a Scandinavian girl out of Scandinavia but you can never take Scandinavia out of the girl. True.
Ah, the nice days we’re having right now…
Peter is off work for the entire week (except that he’ll work half day tomorrow). Karolina has Christmas vacation.
They are both snoozing away in their beds, and I am sitting here by my Vaio writing the morning away.
Pretty soon it is time to prepare for New Year’s Eve, or NYE for short, but I don’t feel like tackling that quite yet. No, I just want to enjoy these quiet days between Christmas and NYE.
However, I am having people over for a three course dinner on NYE, but I have the menu all figured out. I am not decorating the house in a particular way for that night, the Christmas decorations will do, even for NYE. No problems.
However, in a week from now all my Christmas decorations will be gone. They will be stored away in the basement, and the Christmas tree will be out on the curb waiting for pick up (SAD!!).
But, until Monday; let it be Christmas.
I never understood the part of the population that gets rid of Christmas the day after Christmas. No, way!! WHY?
Just let it all stay up over NYE, at least.
Peter’s working on the play list for NYE. He’s almost done with it, and it is a good one. He has a good mix of music old and new.
We’re going over to a neighbor’s for a party (after our dinner here) and then the play list will come in handy.
So, nice and easy days for most of us right now, correct? It is not Christmas anymore, and it is not quite the new year. We’re just in between…
So, what are you doing NYE?