I LOVE your sensory post, Christina. I especially love the photos. :DThe snowmen one is adorable!
The photos are so beautiful. I'm going to have one of my kids try to make a snow heart when the snow comes our way today!!
See that girl in her grown-up clothes, lying on the ground, playing in the snow... that's me. A forever child.Love this. Winter is so beautiful. I honestly don't understand why so many people want to get away from it.
Glad you left off touching your tongue to a steel pole. That would not be a pretty picture.LisaDay
When you think about it like this, it's amazing how much we actually "feel" winter.
Fun photos that add to your message. I am glad that currently touching outside here is just wet and not ice or snow though.
Your words bring the magic of winter to life! For a brief second there you had me wishing for snow! ;o)
You bring the magic of winter to life with your words! For a brief second there, you had me actually wishing for snow ;o)
If only we could touch those photos.
I love winter and snow, but I think I love it because we don't get it down here in Texas. I have a feeling it's actually quite annoying after a month, just like the blazing hot summer sun :).
Would really be nice if you could send some here. These are great photos and remind of winter -- something that doesn't seem to be happening, yet, and it's almost spring...
I love these posts. You make me almost like winter. :)
That's exactly the way upstate NY winters are supposed to look. Unfortunately mother nature is in a tiff and all out of whack. Beautiful pictures! (Hugs)Indigo
Such inspiring images! I love using these kind while writing. Have a great weekend.
Mmm, what beautiful photos! I love these posts!
I love viewing this online. Living in it? Not so much.
Oh man, that snowman pic....so cute! You make winter look so wonderful, lol.
Oh those tiny snowmen! hahaha! Winter here vs yours. Polar opposites!
So much better than what I'm staring out my window at today: a downpour. Good writing and reading day, though.
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