What a morning! Breath-taking...quite literally.
This was the sight that greeted me upon opening my eyes.
The snow on the roof of the conservatory had grown considerably.
Another view out of our side bedroom window...really does a winter scene get much better than this?
A beautiful blue sky with crisp white power snow, glistening in the morning sunlight.
Just take a deep breath....
Let me show you around...
The sunlight hitting the icicles on the branches made them appear to be wearing twinkling fairy lights.
Mother Nature was very busy last night.
I suppose the icicles on the side of the house could be diamante dangly earrings...or is that going a little too far?If you don't like the cold or would like to see what the house looks like in its summer outfit then click here.
Oops...I've been so busy I forgot to mention we did have our usual Christmas visitor...the magic elf
He's been settling in and up to his usual tricks of popping up in the most unusual places.
I think he's enjoying being in the colder climate after visiting us for so many years to hot countries.
Can you spot him below?
I know it wasn't difficult was it....
The antique snow shoes by the way, were purchased at Lachute Market which is a short car ride from here. It is an amazing market where you can buy literally anything from a horse to a handbag!
You just never know where he'll pop up next....
We just couldn't believe it when we spotted him up on the moose antlers
(another purchase a few years back from Lachute Market).
I mean he is seriously high up on there....so he must have a good head for heights!
It's quite difficult for you to see him but he's perched on the far right.
I even had difficulties taking the photo...perching myself half way up the stairs to snap this shot! ;D
Here's a shot of the icicles tonight...they're growing by the minute.
Anyone like ice in their drink? ;D
I must also show you Mont Saint-Sauveur night-time skiing resort.
It's the largest in the world apparently.
This is the view as you approach the resort.
I'll take better photos later...it was minus 18C degrees so I didn't hang around for a photo session.
And here's the proof....
Nothing more for it now than to get cosy and wait for Christmas to arrive....
Look who got in on the act to my right...typical. But then it is his big night after all.
I just want to wish you all a happy and peaceful Christmas
to you and all of your loved ones.
I would also like to thank you for visiting me here.
I've loved having you stop by. Enjoy the festivities with love and lots of laughter.
Oohhh...I think I hear sleigh bells...