Finally! Our Christmas Lights Within The Snow!

I don’t participate in Throwback Thursday. But it just made sense to me to share a post from last year. We still don’t have any snow but I would love to share our Christmas lights with you. Last year we did not have snow until December 26th. But then it started snowing and did not stop for days. See here:

I am so happy it did work out before we removed the lights.

Here we go as I promised in case of snow. IMG_5310

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In Love and snowy Light!

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I remember one year, when I was still little. There was no snow and everyone was sad that it would not be a white Christmas. And then, around lunch time of the 24th, it started snowing. And it didn’t stop for 3 days…

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That is a beautiful memory! I experienced that in Buffalo. Everybody was warning us from Winter. But it only started snowing a little on the 24th. But from January 1 on it did not stop for two weeks… and they were write about their warnings… lol

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It is. And they also have the lake effect since it is located at lake Erie! It is ice cold and windy then. It is so cold that the snow is only crystals and is blown all over the place!

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