We Nova Scotians, like many other areas in the country, are experiencing a very uncharacteristically mild winter season. We have had very little snow, and what comes down is usually gone in a few days. We haven’t even had a long stretch of freezing days. There is a cold day and then it shoots up to +8. I know some of you are laughing at our +8, but we do live in Nova Scotia…right? +8 is balmy when the alternative is -20. ;0)
I do enjoy our distinct four seasons. However, I would never complain if the winter one was a tad shorter. But those who enjoy winter sports such as: skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and skating need a bit more snow and cold than we have had this year. Even if it does not look like winter outside, it does inside. When the Christmas decorations are packed away, then I get out the snowmen, snowflakes, skates, and sled decorations. We will enjoy them until after Valentine’s when I am ready to “hurry spring along”.
I filled my jar lanterns about half full with Epsom Salts
and placed a candle inside.
See HERE for my post on ideas using Epsom Salts
including the snowballs you see!
One of my many “flaky friends”.
One kind word can warm three winter months.
– Japanese Proverb
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