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Friday letters – the snowflake edition


Dear birds,  As always it is nice to see such a great selection of you in the garden.

Dear little camera,  I really must buy you a new case before this one falls apart completely.

Dear road workmen,  I don’t suppose it’s very often that people write and praise you when you disrupt their travel and block their pavements, but I have to say that you have not been as intrusive and problematic as I thought you would be while you replaced the water pipes.  For the last two weeks as you have been working in our road it has been a bit chaotic, but you happily moved barriers out of the way, directed cars out of driveways with a smile, worked quickly and efficiently and got the work finished in record time.

Dear Snoopy page-a-day calendar,  You are one of the best Christmas presents I received, and I can start every day with a smile.

Dear snow,  It was very exciting to wake up on Sunday morning and find that a covering of snow had fallen overnight.  You didn’t last long (one day), nor were you very deep (about 1 cm I think!) but at least we managed a snowy walk (or squelchy walk to be more accurate because the ground was so wet from all the rain we have been having recently!) along by the canal before you melted away.


Happy Friday everyone!


7 thoughts on “Friday letters – the snowflake edition

  1. Love this, love this, love this!

  2. Oooo, that cartoon made me shiver 😦 As do the raindrops pounding our window 🙂 Happy weekend, Elaine! I’m off to Leeds today to see our son. Will attempt to get 6 words ‘right’ sometime tomorrow 😦

  3. Ugh…..spiders! Happy weekend, Elaine. Keep warm. 🙂

  4. Oooh, that cartoon is creepy!

  5. How nice to hear a positive report about road works.

    We have a big spider living in our outdoor area who plays dead. Every now and then he hangs down on a strand of web before climbing up again and curling up under the gutter. We’re not quite sure what he’s doing but I hope I don’t end up swallowing him like the chicken in your cartoon. Gross.

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