Monday was a public holiday for St Patrick’s Day and we had planned a long walk for the afternoon.
It might look sunny, but it was freezing and we had a lovely wind coming straight into our faces for the last mile. I was very happy to get back to the car! Can’t wait for spring!
The temperature today is a balmy 3 degrees! We had some more snow, but luckily it didn’t tick around down here. We usually have some nice beach walks at this time of the year.
This year it’s cold!
City Hall has gone green along with hundreds of monuments around the world as part of the Global Greening.
Happy St Patrick’s Day 🙂
This week is a bit hectic, so I won’t be posting again until the weekend. I’ll try to throw in some St Patrick’s Day colour!
The beast from the East and Storm Emma passed by and in a few days, the majority of the snow was gone.
This time my afternoon walk was easier. I didn’t have to trudge through practically knee-high snow to get into the village. And, the daffodils survived!
By the time the weekend came around, I was well and truly sick of the snow. The cars were stuck, roads closed, shops had no food and it was cold!
I was very happy to see rain on Sunday 🙂
As the snow continued to fall, all we could do was go for walks because everything shut down. Luckily, we had bought enough supplies and didn’t fall victim to the great bread shortage of 2018!!!! We did go out every day, even though some days were more unpleasant than others.
Everyone else was on foot too, so we got to meet lots of our neighbours, which was nice. And still the snow kept falling…..