The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.

It snowed in Connecticut. Yes, snow. That white cold stuff that falls out of the sky. Snow in Connecticut is not out of the norm, but snow in October is.

Today is Halloween. It’s the time of year when kids go out trick or treating dressed in their other worldly costumes. When red, yellow and orange leaves fall. When we pick apples off trees and pumpkins off the ground. But instead of the usual fall fare there are inches of snow. And once again most of the state is without power.   

Bundle up friends and send warm thoughts to those who are left in the dark and cold tonight. Oh and HAPPY BIRTHDAY to my baby brother who was born on this day seventeen years ago.

I really wanted a baby sister… but things worked out okay in the end. 🙂

Tell me… How are you faring on this unseasonable day?

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4 thoughts on “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”

  1. Two feet of snow up here in the Berkshires. It is lovely! Of course my husband was the one who had to snow blow and keep the generator going, but power is on and we had very little damage so we are lucky, lucky, lucky. Everything east of us looks like warzone.

    1. Ugh, nobody has power. CLP says 100% of Enfield is out. 75% of my town. My poor grandmother senior citizen complex is out. My parents were lucky though, no damge and no power loss.
      I’m glad you’re doing okay up there in the beautiful Berkshires.

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