After the storm came an icy wind, and that brought us snow. I woke up this morning and saw the first flakes falling, and shot out onto my balcony with pyjamas and bare feet to get a picture.
(Yes, I know that I should have put something on first, but I didn't!)
After I was dressed in my warm woolies, coat, hat, boots, scarves and gloves, I ventured out for a walk along the Rhine, where the wind was so cold I thought it was biting my ears, and then as I got to the Christmas Market, it started to snow again, and I proudly present my pictures of the market with real snow!
By the time I had done my shopping at the Friday market the snow had turned into rain, which made a slippery mess which was unpleasant to walk on, so I was glad to get back home into the warmth and enjoy a cup of cappucino.
This beautiful card arrived here this week from Lynne.
She always makes the most gorgeous cards in her own and very particilar style, and I am happy to have this one here on my desk.
And this wonderful piece of lace with St paul's cathedral came with it. She knows how much I miss my beloved London, and I have ideas for turning this into a wall hanging for my bedroom, perhaps with corrugated card and some old printed paper and...and....
It was even tied up with lace:
I am showing again some journal pages painted 2 years ago, as they seem to be appropriate to the season:
I am linking to Paper Saturdays.
Have a great day you all, take care, and thanks a lot for coming by!