Friday, February 6, 2015

Schools are closed


All schools are closed. All buses are out of traffic. Teachers and students can't commute between the small villages here in the Jura mountains. The snow is lying thick and high and the "bise" - the northern cold and dry wind - is almost making it impossible to drive through the fields. Light snow sweeps over the fields, feeling like a thousand needles if you dare to go out!!!. Before you know it everything is just white anywhere you look and you think you are knocking on heavens door. There is nothing to guide you...

We are cuddled up at home in PJ's, making muffins and watching endless hours of TV. I'm choosing pictures for my new Wilma Cable Hat pattern which will very soon be listed in my Etsy Shop. Stay tuned... I'm off to maybe get dressed... Or maybe not... Who cares on a day like this anyway? I think I'll have another muffin.

Kärlek
Annette




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14 comments :

  1. Sounds like a lovely way to spend the day, warm and cozy in your own little world. Enjoy!

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  2. Great!! a day off!!!
    Here in Canada, it is - 30 again this morning and we had snow but kids go to school!!!
    And play outdoor!! And i have to drive to wait for them at school even if there is lot of snow!!!
    I would be so happy just to stay in PJ'S all day long and be sure nobody come home!!!
    Enjoy it!!
    Beautiful hat... pics are beautiful"
    Miss

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  3. Also, also belongs to the winter weather. Also with us today is a strong wind. Fortunately, there not is a lot of snow. Your kids are probably satisfied:-)))

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  4. I wish thuis could happen in Belgium so I would not be able to go to work :-D

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  5. Annette, love the snow pictures. Such deep snow Wow! All keep warm and cosy indoors. and
    enjoy your muffins.
    Rosezeeta.

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  6. Stay safe. Northern Norway is "closed" this week end. The inhabitants of an island outside Bodø, where I come from, up north, have been evacuated today. Their houses are only 3 m above sea level and they are expecting wanes uptil 25m... Crazy!
    Love tha hat by the way.

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  7. It 's very nice to enjoy the snow. I love to stay at home on days like you're living, you create unabellissima atmosphere of peace and serenity, everything is stopped and fortunately advises that life can be beautiful. Good weekend of great serenity.

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  8. The kids must be thrilled to get some extra time off school. What a lovely snug and homely time you made of it too! I wonder how working mothers of young children manage?
    I'm pleased to say that the icy Bise has calmed down a little, though I still have constantly cold feet!

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  9. We've had quite a bit of snow my side of the Mont Blanc too.
    Great set of pictures for your new hat pattern!

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  10. Great photo of the snow. I am so jealous as we have no snow this year.Enjoy your enforced home stay.

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  11. Lucky you! Snow is always so lovely :)

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Kärlek
Annette

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