Sunday coming down: Romancing the snow

Today in the spirit of Christmas and holidays, I’m really “chillin”. Hot as it may be down in the South, I’m still dreaming of a white Christmas. So indulge me a little with some of my encounters with snow and my selection of music to go with it. Have a great week ahead y’allπŸŽ„πŸŽ„πŸŽ‰πŸŽ‰πŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽˆπŸŽ„πŸŽ„

 

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Montreux : Chevvy 8
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Gstaad: Chevvy 8
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12 thoughts on “Sunday coming down: Romancing the snow

  1. As I sit here, just a few days before it officially becomes winter in the Northern Hemisphere, the temperature outside is a relatively balmy 63 degrees Farenheit (17 degrees Celsius). In other words, it does not suggest winter or anything Christmas related. So, it’s good that I have your tunes to give me a sense of what winter and Christmas should be like at this time. πŸ™‚

    Thanks for sharing, and you have a great week as well, Chevvy!

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    1. Hello Tracy, hope your day is going well. Yes, your temperatures are still moderate given that you’re so close to Winter Solstice.
      Maybe it’s because it’s so hot here, that I’ve a yearning for a cold Christmas – the kind we’d have if we had Winter in July. Interestingly, the pictures I took here were in Spring with temperatures much like yours right now, but there seems to always be some snow in Switzerland.
      I’m waiting for someone to tell me that they have a fire going and are drinking Gluhwein. But on thinking about it, I’ll get the ingredients together and we’ll have Gluhwein on Christmas eve anyway and I’ll play Phil Perry.

      Listen to me – sounding mad as a hatterπŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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    1. I promise you – I do this with love in my heart so I love having such an appreciative audience in you. Don’t know if you have come across a book called Romancing the ordinary by Sarah Ban Breathnach. So in accordance with her kind of thinking, I can have Christmas in July. So yeah, these pictures have a special place in my heart too.πŸ’ž

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    1. I guess those of us from warmer climates romanticise the notion of a White Christmas. Of course I imagine that it might not be so welcome for those living on the streets but I was in awe when I first walked in the snow.

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