It's been awhile, I know. I am transitioning from using a laptop to my IPad and I am still trying to get the feel of things. It is Christmas Day in Texas and where others are facing single digit weather and rain/snow, we in San Antonio are enjoying 68 degrees and clear skies. Living in South Texas does have its benefits.
Sometimes, I do find myself missing the snow and it is usually around the holidays. But I don't miss the bone aching cold, the ice encrusted cars and the energy it took to get out the warm bed and go to work in freezing temperatures.
There is a reason many Northerners snow bird down to where I live in the winter. Lol
This is the first Christmas we don't have family around us as one son is in California and the other is in England. It doesn't feel complete without having kids and grand kids around. Although, it can be said that my husband is a big kid at heart as he is currently playing video games on the tv with his present.
With today's technology we will be using FaceTime to talk to our family. It is almost as good as being there in person. Downside is you can't hug loved ones through the computer. Sigh....
Here's wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.