It’s Too Friggin Cold!

Yup! I was hibernating all this time.

Actually, I’ve been pretty busy these past few days but I might as well be hibernating. It has been very cold for so long in my neck of the woods that these pictures started circulating in e-mails.



I really don’t like to complain about the weather (well, I do) since it’s a fact of life here but this is just getting to be too much. Just look at this week’s forecast:


The funny thing is, I found this image after checking the forecast for this week. A talented fellow Edmontonian, David Knudsen, who probably lives around my neighbourhood, built his first igloo in their backyard with the help of his four-year old son. Very impressive, isn’t it?


I guess I just have to keep on looking at the bright side — cashmere scarves, down-feather parkas and a cup of hot chocolate with lots of whipped cream or mini marshmallows.

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  1. Deb
    Posted March 2, 2011 at 8:45 pm | Permalink

    Face it Ernskie, you live in a very Siberia-like part of the country. Whenever I feel depressed about the weather, I always check out Edmonton’s weather forecast, as it always cheers me up and makes me feel better about my own…

    I am a bit jealous of the igloo though…

    • Ernskie
      Posted March 2, 2011 at 9:02 pm | Permalink

      Oh I know Deb. Although, when I also need some cheering up I just think of the time I was in Vancouver and it was winter. It was interesting to watch Vancouverites go in a panic mode as soon as the snow started falling.

      It is a very nice igloo. I am kind of jealous too.

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