Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Christmas Catch-Up

My Girl came for Christmas and since we couldn't be back with the greater family in FH, we decided we would head off by train to Paris for Christmas. It was a lovely few days, the rain held off and since we have been before, we didn't feel the need to rush to every tourist trap, but instead spent the days walking, eating, chatting and shopping. Of course the obligatory fly-by's to some venues had to be done!

Christmas Day was sunny! I wanted to shout from the top of the Eiffel Tower I was so happy! However, I am too scared to go to the top of the Eiffel Tower so had to be content to just WhatsApp my delight to our family group! 

At home we saw that it had been snowing. It was very exciting since we have never had snow "at our own house" before. 

We had barely put our suitcases down when My Girl and I took the snow shovels and began to clear our pavement and driveway.  My Man was quite happy to do it, but we insisted. We were like kids in a toy shop! It's a lot of fun while the snow is light and fluffy, but later we learnt it's not AS much fun when its become ice!

Our balcony was covered in a thick layer of snow and it looked so pretty I decided to leave it. 


Mistake #1. Within a day it was like an ice-rink and I nearly came short when I took a step onto it.  I realised then that we were rookies when it came to snow and I put out a Facebook SOS.


This was my favourite response and gave me a good laugh!  
We left it and admired it over a glass (or two) of wine and avoided the urge to taste any snow!

Some time later we were treated to frost. Oh my word. It was as though I was living in Narnia. I don't know if I have ever seen anything quite as lovely here.

Photo Credit: Luxembourg Ville Photography

Close up of the frost
So, all in all - it's been a lovely festive season, with lots of new things experienced! Now My Girl is back home and My Man is back at work and it's onward and upward into 2015!

                                                          Wishing you all a goodie!

4 comments:

  1. Oh MAN! So much of beauty, it is quite heartstopping. . .
    Loved this post and the pics
    XX

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    1. Thanks!
      Every season appears to have heartstopping beauty!

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  2. I love your photos. It looks magical...but I am a coward when it comes to cold weather. Wishing you a wonderful 2015 filled with a lot of adventure and close encounters with the Lord xx

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    1. Lynette,
      Thanks! I honestly am a sun worshipper too! I thought I would be miserable in the cold. However, when people said to me it's all in how you dress, they were right. The houses are heated so it's not like you have to try and keep warm at home... so I have come to love this wintery mood. :)

      Thanks for the lovely 2015 wishes - same for you! x

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