Tail End of Winter 2019

By now if you have a friend living in a snow-covered city, you would have heard of how tired they are by now. Of the cold. Of the sun-less days. Of the dull winters. But I won’t repeat the same because even though this was one of my coldest winters EVER it was also the coziest, reflective time to enjoy the indoors. I enjoyed being indoors with books, tea, heated blanket. I can’t wait for the snow to melt and see little spuds peeking out. The coldest in Edmonton this year has been -46C!! With days starting to get longer and brighter in the mornings and time change just around the corner – spring is just around!

Here are a few pictures. Enjoy.

Moon at Muttart

Last week, we took one of our family members to Muttart. I am so glad we did because what greeted us in the #feature pyramid was this giant inflated moon. Truly spectacular!

The Museum of the Moon is created by U.K. artist Luke Jerram. The installation measures seven meters across and features 120-dots-per-inch imagery of the moon’s surface.

Each centimetre of the moon represents 5 kilometers of the moon’s surface and is based on NASA imagery.

 

How amazing is this sight!

 

 

Past week also brought SNOW ❄️ yes, it snowed here!

Seems like fall disappeared on us! Anyways, here is to a great week ahead.

Much love ❤️