Christmas Week, the 2013 version, continues today by requesting that you use the first line of White Christmas as your own. After that you get to take it from there, either in poetry or prose.
As a reminder, in case you need it, the line goes a little something like: I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
We're off to Calgary today to spend the holidays with my sister and her husband. My parents will be joining us on Sunday, at which point I don't expect to see Max again until it's time to come back to Osoyoos.
Speaking of the little man, this will be his very first plane ride. Fingers and toes and all that crossed in the hopes that it is a good one. At least it's only an hour from Kelowna to Calgary, so even if it's rough it won't be excessively long.
Oh, I almost forgot to mention: this is a scheduled post, written Wednesday night. I should be back live on Friday.
I'm dreaming of a white Christmas...
"All of the indications we're seeing now are pointing toward snow beginning to fall on the 22nd of December..."
"... and continuing to whiten our lives, without a single break, until well after the big day!"
Okay, that seems a little much.
"All told, we can expect approximately five feet of snow between now and Christmas."
Um... maybe not quite that white.