For today and tomorrow…

Colderweather is «Christmasified». Most of my readers won’t see that, because they read, either in email, on their phone or tablet. So just to make sure you get your dose of Christmas images, I’ll put my favourite in here in the post!

MERRY CHRISTMAS to all of you, out there in the blogosphere!



We have power, but thousands of others don’t. The ice storm has left, finally! I took some pictures outside our building, the day before yesterday … here is one of them.

frozen in time

20 thoughts on “For today and tomorrow…

  1. Annette Ursin Holmboe

    Merry Christmas to you and Gerry. Yes I heard in the radion about your troubles over there.
    Keep safe. – fascinating picture.

  2. suzink

    Glad you didn’t lose power. We didn’t either and the ice crashed down here a lot today and mostly melted under a glorious sun!

  3. daydreamer2011

    Glad you didn’t lose the power!!

    I understand an ice storm is not that nice to experience…. =o/ But you sure take nice photos after it’s been there!

    Also love your Christmas page! 🙂

    God Jul och Gott Nytt År!! Kram!

    1. colderweather

      Hej Mona,
      yeah, it’s kind of fun to re-use some of the old background images 🙂
      We were lucky here in the building, with regards to the ice storm! No problems here.
      Go’ Jul … julafton är nästan över!

  4. Nylabluesmum

    Hello Rebby..I am so relieved to read you did not lose power. We got off lightly here with the storm but many south of us are still in darkness (Dec.28th).
    I love the photo of the ducks & your header photo is so symmetrical & pretty!
    We wish you & your ‘family’ a wonderful Christmas season & hope to se you back here soon.
    Love Sherri-Ellen & Nylablue xoxoxo

    1. colderweather

      Thank you, Sherriellen … we were toasty here in the building all the time! I liked that snow … looked like cotton balls on that fence 🙂
      We had a good Christmas with visitors from QC..

  5. Nylabluesmum

    Love the Christmas look Rebby!
    We had a bit of high wind but nothing like Nov. 24th & power outage.
    turns out my Sister in Dunnville (on Lake Erie) had a 2+ hour blackout after losing power for 8 times….it would go off & then come on after a few minutes….
    Sounds like they finally blew a transformer & lost power. Which explains why I could not get back to her Xmas Eve night!
    I am releived all of you are all right….this has been such a weird Winter hasn’t it???
    Love Sherri-Ellen & Siddhartha ❤ ❤

    1. Rebekah

      This post is exactly one year old! The ice storm of last year was devastating.

      I didn’t know you have a sister, Sherri-Ellen!

  6. Nylabluesmum

    I do have a Sister & a Brother; both adopted. My Brother & I are not in touch altho I DO know where he is & what he does for a career. My Sister & I used to be very close but have drifted apart. We still love each other…now if only we could sort our differences…. 😉


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