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Snow, Snow, Snow

The big storm that blanketed the American eastern states has blown into the Ottawa area this morning. The forecast calls for between 40 and 65 cm of snow before all is done Monday morning. Before the storm they were saying the area has already received more snow to date than by March last year. And it isn't even officially winter yet!

I guess all we can do is get the tree in...

Light a fire...

And sit back and watch New England extend their winning streak!

Music: Christmas is Calling by Roch Voisine

Book: A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini

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Merci Amy