Sunday, December 26, 2010

White Christmas (Sort of….)

I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm–Billie Holiday

The snow is snowing, the wind is blowing
But I can weather the storm!
What do I care how much it may storm?
But sadly, I don’t have a love to keep me warm.

Believe it or not, much of the Southern United States had a white Christmas.  Atlanta, (Birmingham—first time in recorded history), Montgomery (first time since 1918), all had a white Christmas, (or at least it snowed on Christmas Day).  I was a little further South, but we had snow with a mix of rain last night.  Right now it is really snowing, though very little of it is sticking to the ground.  The sun is supposed to come out in just a few minutes and the snow will stop.  But this has been a really nice Christmas.  I got to build castles with my niece, we had a tea party, we played doctor with her little toy medical kit (we did not “play doctor” so get your minds out of the gutter), and we played in the snow.  What a great time we had!  Three year olds can be so much fun.  Now if the rest of my family could learn to be as much fun, it wouldn’t have only been a wonderful Christmas, but a Christmas Miracle, LOL.

I was told there would be 12-18 inches of snow in the northeast today through Monday.  I would love to be snuggled up to someone as it snows outside, but I am here with my coffee and just relaxing by myself instead.  Though my cat just drank some of my coffee, she will probably be bouncing off the walls soon.  I’ve never known of a cat that loved coffee like she does.

I hope that all of you had a wonderful Christmas.  What did you do this Christmas? Is there anything that made it particularly special for you?  Is it snowing where you are? 


Anonymous said...

Richmond has about 5" so far, but it seems to have let up. Still a leaden sky, s maybe more on the way!

Wish I were snuggled up with someone, too, Joe. The furball lying on the floor behind me isn't a real sentimental sort, and I really don't want to be covered in hair from snuggling with him!

Peace <3

fan of casey said...

Joe: Happy White Christmas! Snow sounds like a rare treat so enjoy it while you can. We had rain and thunderstorms last night -- rain is a typical Hawaiian winter. Up on the volcano tops where the astronomy observatories are located, they did have snow.

I did something very different this year, I celebrated christmas in a real way with 3 bloggers, people who occupy the virtual world but have become real friends. You know this because you are one of them.

Anonymous said...

@foc: How cool is that?!?!?!
I spent a lot of time over the last 2 days with friends in the virtual world, and made plans to see a couple of real world folks, too!

Merry Christmas to both of you!

Peace <3

JoeBlow said...

Jay and FOC, I am glad that I had the chance to spend Christmas with some of my virtual friends as well. Both of you guys, brightened my Christmas this year.