I’m dreaming of a grey Christmas. . .
A grey and cloudy vista can be morale boosting or demoralizing. Personally I have no real preference. I like clouds. I can’t imagine a bright sunny Christmas day in the northwestern prairie where I live.
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Tagged as Christmas, Clouds, Scenery
I wonder how many shades of grey we have in Washington?
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I don’t kow, Greg, but you might find in pleasant to count them statewide…
That looks so serene! Merry Christmas and a happy New Year, Lauren!
Greetings, Harini! I was wondering whether Christmas existed in India. Sales seem to mean more than the Christian holiday here. We’ve had rain, sleet, and a dusting of snow, but then we are 1,300 feet above sea level. Good to hear from you!
Merry Christmas! I hope Santa was good to the kitties.
Our cats are over four years old, Ellen. They have ceased to buy into the Santa ruse. . . .
I could work with that. I will try to share a photo of our summer Christmas in Australia. Very different. Cheers,H
That would make for an interesting contrast, Helen.
Marvelous picture! Gray skies are beautiful, too! Merry Christmas Lauren, to you and your family and kitties!
Thank you, and Merry Christmas, Leah, to you and your husband and your shimmering black cat(s?). I wish you the healthiest New Year, too! I am praying for your health to return or at least to submit to management.
I didn’t get a chance to answer last night, we only have one cat now. I miss the days when we had a group of kitties, they are so much fun together. For the time being, we think it’s best we stick with one. (The calico on the banner is a friend’s cat, I felt the page needed some brightening.)
Well Black remains beautifiul, Leah! Effie and Paladin are a team, but they sure have some scary tiffs, too! No actual injuries at least.
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