I’ve never been a winter enthusiast, but over the last several years, I’ve started to embrace the changing seasons and have stopped kvetching about snow and colder temperatures.
Well, I’m here to tell you that my honeymoon with winter is now over.
Last Fall it was predicted that we would have a brutal winter this year. Long, very cold and lots of snow.
For a while, I thought Mother Nature was going to prove them wrong. November and December came and Continue reading →
Seriously, I’m very confused. I think we’re having one of the coldest winters on record — not just here, in Toronto, but throughout the entire Eastern seaboard.
Cold as in -27 celsius with the windchill. Cold as in frostbite. Cold as in bone-chilling. Cold as in frozen window panes. Cold as in the streets are deserted. Cold as in even I’ve had to crank up the heat. Cold as in I have to close my window (which is only open a crack to begin with) and jump back into bed for twenty minutes while the room warms up, before I’ll take my shower. Cold as in my cats won’t get out from Continue reading →