By the time I left for work, it was up to 2 C (35.6 F), and the need to scrape the car windows was gone.
By lunch time, it's supposed to go up to a balmy 12 C (53.6 F).
Tonight, we're back down to -7 C (19.4 F). And the next few days, the daytime temperatures will fluctuate between 7 and 12 C (44 to 53 F) and nights will be frosty and cold. We've been spared the snow that northern Nova Scotia and Newfoundland have experienced. But just to be safe, tomorrow I get my snow tires on.
|Wish I could say I creatively tied my|
scarf; but on busy mornings, it
simply gets slung around my neck!
It's wonderful yet so amazing that in mid-Nov ... in Nova Scotia ... we're still walking outside in shoes and jackets that don't make us look like we're the Michelin Man. I love it!
My thoughts often wander to Christmas. I love Christmas! But these days, I'm always trying to come up with ideas on how to simplify and make it easier on myself but just as meaningful for the girls and I.
For most families, I think that Christmas is full of family tradition and memory and so it's important to maintain that when you have children who will perhaps only get back home at this time of year.
However, if you're like me, you're finding that your aging body and mind seeks simplicity and ease in life.