Snow Days

My Story

Everyone I know dreads the snow coming. All the hassle it causes with disruption to travel, disruption to the schools which therefore disrupts people from going to work. And that's if they can make it to work anyway.  I'm rather lucky in that my morning commute is walking from the bedroom down to the office! And with most weddings booked for the spring/summer the snow doesn't really cause many problems. Apart from a few things arriving in the post a few days later than planned. But that's never really a big enough problem to lose any sleep over.

With all that said, I always pray we get a good covering which we rarely do. So I grabbed the camera and Amelia and went for a walk round our home village.

The snow does cause so much disruption, but it's great to take a step back, stop worrying and admire the beauty it brings.

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