Let It Snow!

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Bruce Wayne has never seen snow. Being born only this past February, he has never seen the beautiful white stuff that falls from the sky and transforms the neighborhood into something completely different and a little magical (at least that's what I think when it snows ha ha).  Right now, it is snowing at my house. It is not a heavy downpour, but a thick flurry if you want to call it that. It's not sticking either, but I have to drive to work tomorrow so that is cool with me.

* A slight disclaimer - I am aware Bruce is a dog and not my child. However, because I do not have a child, he is my furbaby...don't judge. :-) *

He wanted to go outside, so out we went!

At first, he didn't realize anything at all. Then, he started running around like a mad man trying to figure out what the white stuff was.

I think he enjoyed himself.

After a few minutes I got cold so we went inside. I was sitting on the couch wishing I had a fireplace when I stumbled across something in the Holiday ON Demand channel through Comcast. It is called Yule Log 2010. It plays instrumental Christmas music while showing a crackling fireplace.

Screenshot of Yule Log 2010
I did some more browsing and found a winter/forest snow shot  
And another fireplace, but this one does not play music. Just really loud crackling, which upset Bruce to no end for the 30 seconds it was on the TV.

So back to the Christmas music and Yule Log 2010 HD we went, and where we have stayed for the past 30 minutes.

Just a little note to John - I may be listening to Christmas music early, however as you will notice from the little pumpkins on the shelf and TV stand I am still in the "harvest" decorating theme....for now.  bwahahaha.

1 comment:

  1. Harvest Shmarvest! By giving into Christmas before this Friday, you are egging Corporate America on. Because of people like you, sometime in the near future, we really will have Christmas (or at least Christmas stuff) in July! haha.

    On a side note, I love the on demand fireplace. In Tina's old house, her roommates and I would always turn it on when it was cold. I think the crackling sounds trick your body into thinking that you're actually warmer.