a wandering woman writes

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Ah, that perfect combination of "that" home and "this" home

Snow in Salamanca!

Ok, a dusting. But I woke to snow in Salamanca!
Now if I pass a busking blues guitarist and a hot dog vendor on the way to the Plaza, the magical meshing shall be complete.

May I mention my golden city looks great in white?

Hope your personal good luck dust is falling round you as well.

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9 Comments:

  • Nope, but caught a cold from the little petrie dish that lives at my place.

    Working on songs stuff ... losing my mind in the best possible way.

    Snow in Salamanca ... it must be stunning, even 'a dusting'.

    By Blogger Di Mackey, at 6:29 PM  

  • Holy Cow! (jolines) I just realized how long it's been since I visited your blog!!! Got lots of catching up to do. And I can't wait. . . . . .

    All the pre-Christmas best!

    Ann in KC

    By Anonymous Ann in KC, at 5:16 AM  

  • Here we don't expect snow for Christmas.
    And I think for New Year's Eve we'll be having at least 13 grapes... that have been trod on somewhere warm.

    By Blogger Cream, at 11:19 AM  

  • I'm with cream on those grapes. We have just enough snow to have the lower ski runs open. The tourists will be howling if we don't get more.
    I, for one, love the beautiful clear days.

    Tons of warm fuzzies for you however you want 'em.
    :)
    http://omnicrone1.typepad.com/katethoughts/

    By Anonymous Kate, at 9:03 PM  

  • Hello, all. Have to admit I'm with cream on the grapes, too, but I'm darn excited about accompanying the trodden stuff with 12 fresh babies and a Spanish cena this year.
    Warm fuzzies to all of us!

    By Blogger wandering-woman, at 5:50 PM  

  • Hola Erin! Feliz navidad y paz. xo

    By Blogger paris parfait, at 10:30 PM  

  • pero mira como beben los peces en el río, pero mira como beben al ver la nieva caído ¡!

    Enjoy the dusting. Sorry I haven't been around for a while. This time of year, I do so miss hearing the "ande, ande, ande..." and all of the other good fun of La Nochebuena, la lotería, las uvas de la suerte....

    Have a great Christmas!

    By Blogger Ortizzle, at 8:21 PM  

  • OOPS! Of course, I meant "la nieve" NOT "la nieva"... ¡!

    By Blogger Ortizzle, at 8:22 PM  

  • Ha, Ortizzle, if you heard a recorded chorus of little children telling that poor burro they're going to arrive late at least a dozen times a day (piped through every building you enter) you might not feel so nostalgic. Though I do agree with you, I find these playful villancicos much more fun than Christmas carols.

    Have a great New Year! It's fun to see you here!! Hope all is well.

    By Blogger wandering-woman, at 10:30 PM  

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