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    I would love to have a white Christmas. But only a few centimeter. Last year we had sooooo much snow. But not on Chistmas. There was too much snow. You could not drive a car.
    Its the season to be jolly
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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    I would love to have a white Christmas. But only a few centimeter. Last year we had sooooo much snow. But not on Chistmas. There was too much snow. You could not drive a car.
    Last Christmas the weather here was awful. And by that I mean not just no snow at all but that it was sunny, warm 25C. It felt like it was Easter. I hope it's not like that this year.

    Merry Snowy Christmas
    Love & Peace to the World

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    When I was a kid in upstate New York, I only remember one year that we didn't have a white Christmas! Now I live about 4 hours south - near NYC and we only have a white Christmas about 20 - 25% of the time (and then usually just a dusting). Nothing compares to the beauty of a snowy,white Christmas, but because the roads are snow covered, no one can get to where they're supposed to be, making for a boring day!
    I remember four years ago, we had Christmas Eve guests and it started to snow. By the time they left, the roads were pretty bad. Luckily we had no Christmas Day plans (one overnight guest)
    because it snowed all day - 18 inches in all!

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    I always am and Ill always be dreaming of a White Christmas, guys..

    But, since, we hardly ever see any snow in winter, I guess, its about time to start making plans for visiting winter destinations during Christmas days.. Isnt that so, TIATIA?

    It makes me so nervous, celebrating Holidays with Spring weather..
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    Oh am dreaming of a white christmas

    last year we had snow but it was just before christmas and by the time it was christmas eve it had turned to ice. It would be lovely to actually have it snow like it did a few year ago.
    Steph xx
    So excited for christmas 2012

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    We always have a White Christmas, well, almost always a white Christmas. A few years ago we had our first green Christmas, that just happened to be the year my son got his first "big boy" toboggan as luck would have it.

    Normally it starts snowing in November and by my birthday, Dec 14, everything is covered. I can't imagine a Christmas without snow and we can drive through anything so the tons of snow we get doesn't bother us at all. 'Course all the family lives close by so we never have to go too far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Holiday Mom View Post
    We always have a White Christmas...
    Normally it starts snowing in November and by my birthday, Dec 14, everything is covered. I can't imagine a Christmas without snow and we can drive through anything so the tons of snow we get doesn't bother us at all. 'Course all the family lives close by so we never have to go too far.
    You are very lucky. I'm jealous.

    Merry Snowy Christmas
    Love & Peace to the World

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    Quote Originally Posted by TIATIA View Post
    Last Christmas the weather here was awful. And by that I mean not just no snow at all but that it was sunny, warm 25C. It felt like it was Easter. I hope it's not like that this year.

    WHat really? I can not imagine a Christmas with such temps.
    I hope Greece will have some snow this year
    Its the season to be jolly
    www.the-christmas-season.com


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    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    WHat really? I can not imagine a Christmas with such temps.
    I hope Greece will have some snow this year
    I hope so too. We used to have cold winters, not really harsh ones like yours but not like last year.

    Merry Snowy Christmas
    Love & Peace to the World

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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by MissSantaClaus View Post
    I hope Greece will have some snow this year
    Ha ha!! Thats a good joke, Mrs Santa Claus!!
    (Im kidding, ok?)
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