The cold has arrived!

The weather dropped below freezing today morning. Again we are below our average. So it is like we are above or below average temperatures. It seems like Mother Nature wants all of us to get used to ups and downs. Is it not same with our lives.

We will be walking more inside the recreation center now than outside. We have registered for a charity walkathon virtually and my special one did 4500 steps. Hope this makes us motivated to make my boy walk more than usual even if we are inside. The walking surface is much more smooth inside but we walk small circles, so we can get bored easily. But the basketball kids are back inside the courts and we get a good view of them playing so that is good in one way too.

Amazon delivered my son’s Diwali craft work late so we will be doing Diwali craft work during Thanksgiving and Christmas time. Amazon thought I would be bored with one festival theme that they wanted me to mix and match activities. At the end of the day, I am engaging my special one in a positive way. So we have enough things in hand for us to handle the winter and cold weather with indoor activities.

A summer memory of my Japanese Meadowsweet for Cee’s Flower of the Day!

6 responses to “The cold has arrived!”

  1. This is the time of year to review your old beautiful flower photos. 😀 😀

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  2. I actually love cold weather more than the 24/7 tropical weather here in Malaysia, but I guess we want what we can’t get. How cold is it there right now? And your pic plus the mention of Diwali has me thinking about the wonderful kolams we had on display here for the occasion! Hope you still enjoy your walks, despite the change in setting.

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    1. Yes I got my Kolams late😊. Btw we had our first snow today 🥶!


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