Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Missing snow


As a Canadian, I am used to snow. A lot of snow. I always found the first snow quite magical... and so beautiful! It always was a special day for me. Of course, once Christmas was over, it was getting on my nerves by making everything so difficult! I never actually thought I would ever miss it... But I was wrong as I miss it terribly! Since moving to the UK almost four years ago, I have barely seen snow so on the rare occasions, I made the most of it! Last January, there were quite a few snow days here in  Manchester so my husband and I took the opportunity to take some photos. It was the perfect time to wear my lovely vintage hat! (Which my husband nicknamed "Microphone Head")






I really hope to have the chance to enjoy some snow this year as well! It's falling everywhere BUT in Manchester these days... 

14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous pics, darling!
    I can't wait for the first snowfall here in CT!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  2. I know what you mean about the first snowfall being magical. We've had a few light snowfalls already, but nothing too serious (or pretty) as the ground hasn't been cold enough to hold it. As much as I loathe to admit it, I am looking forward to that first magical snowfall and watching it from the cozy indoors ;)

    These photos from last winter are lovely. I especially like the first one! Here's hoping you get some of your beloved snow in Manchester soon! Oh, and your ''microphone head'' hat is very cute.

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  3. These photos are beautiful! I tend to hate snow (driving in it is dreadful) but photos like these remind me of the magical quality it provides during the holidays. :)

    Oh, and my future hubby who is from Manchester is Morrissey (the singer). I'm kind of sort of madly in love with him. Hehe.

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  4. Oh, it must be amazing to live where it snows! Here in Brazil we don't get even close to this possibility (so, so hot right now = 38ÂșC)!


    Camila F.

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  5. I agree that the first snowfall is magical -- so pretty. Of course, I tire of it quickly when I'm trekking a mile to class in the freezing weather! These photos are gorgeous, though.
    xo Josie
    http://winksmilestyle.blogspot.com

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  6. My mom lives in England too:) Those are such a great photos...I also love snow...It makes the whole Holiday season so magical:)
    Hugs and kisses

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  7. I find snow falls magical too, though I don't get them where I live, ever! Only in the north-east of Portugal it's snowing right now :| So I hope it starts to snow in Manchester!
    Loved these pictures!

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  8. Beautiful pictures. Snow is such a different concept for me since I have only ever seen it once in my life. Very different from the summer weather in Australia.

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  9. I bet you've got it now though, right? ; ) It's been nice having the snow, though it didn't last long here in London...

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  10. No way, you didn't get any snow? We had a little in Birmingham but I guess you had to be a little further up north or very southern to get some real snow!

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  11. beautiful photos! im sure it will fall soon. i always love the first snow fall but after that want it to end lolol

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