Saturday, 24 December 2022

Peaceful Holidays

Frosty grew to 23" before the sun melted him down. 

With everything wrong in this world, I wish you all a peaceful Christmas, or a peaceful whatever you're celebrating.

A storm is passing through my town. It started with some hot weather on Friday, like +5C and rain, then it came down to normal temperature for this time of year with strong winds and snow. Everything is frozen. The visibility was barely 200 feet when I drove home, but I got home okay. I wish that all your family members arrive safe and sound. The wind is hurling tonight but I have a warm house. I wish everyone had a warm house. I had to run to the store because we ran out of milk. I wish everyone had a full belly and more than just the bare necessities. I am blessed with a good family, lots of friends, and a job. May everyone be as blessed as I am. 

Raven sitting on the bird seeds, waiting for them to show up. 

A little bit of leader-ender while assembling Jericho Wall. 

Hopefully, there will be more sewing time next week. 

Take care everyone. 💗

Angela at So Scrappy
Cynthia for Oh Scrap!
Sarah for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop? 


Lin said...

Happy Christmas Chantal! We are indeed fortunate. Stay warm and safe out of that storm. xx

Sara said...

Merry Christmas! Our winter storm started like your - unseasonable warm temps and heavy rain. We needed the rain. Then the snow and wind, and cold arrived. Yesterday was cold, but sunny and no wind. Hopefully next weekend will not bring us more snow because our family Christmas will happen then.

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

Merry Christmas, Chantal! I, too, am thankful for a warm house and plenty of food. Wishing you a lovely day!

MissPat said...

Merry Christmas, Chantal.
We escaped the brunt of the storm, unlike the residents of Buffalo, 60 miles to the west. As I sat in my mostly warm living room last night, listening to the wind continue to blow, I thought of the poor folks in Buffalo and elsewhere without power in bone-chilling temperatures or stuck in an airport, or stranded in their cars, and gave thanks for what I had. May everyone be warm again soon. Take care.

Fiona said...

Take care in that weather.... it is definitely a time when we can be grateful for what we have isn't it....
HOpe you get some fun stitching time too...