Arctic Mum Blog - Vintage hunting in the snow
i´m the opposite. i used to love to ski, but now i´d rather hang out reading and drinking hot chocolate while waiting for my skiing family:)
In my imagination, I'm an excellent skier. In real life, not so much -- hah. I do love snow, though, and I think that photo of your window view is amazing -- looks like it's halfway up the side of the house!
Finally we've had a winter worth it's name. Can't remember that happening since I moved to these parts. Love your photos. Greetings from a reborn ski lover!
See! This is WHY we have to house swap.I started skiing when I was 4 (it was a good 5 - 6 hour trip to snow back then), and in my mid/late 20's I worked in Austria and Australia teaching others how to love my passion for skiing. Had a great time.My kids love going too.I dragged my 7 year old over to look at the photo of your 'window view' and he said to me "See MUM! I told you there were houses in the north pole".He would also like to know if you speak "Antarctic" or English...;)
It does look beautiful! I am so glad that you are able to enjoy being outdoors in the all that beautiful snow. I would love to try cross country skiing but we rarely have enough snow!
I also hated skiing as a child. It was back in the prehistoric times when waterproof and well insulated clothes had not been invented. I was always soo cold!
That's great. I love the image of you cutting out Lady Di pics :)
I have skied a couple of times and thought I loved it but second time fell quite heavily and lost my nerve - keep thinking I want to go again - stick to the 'green' slopes and go at my own pace and not feel pressure to 'go faster' Lol! **Kim**x
well done,my dear!!
Thanks for your comments, it's strange how feelings from your childhood tend to pop up when parenting goes on...Donyale, so funny you loving skiing, then living on one of the hottest places on the planet! Geography can be unfair - believe me, I know.
Great post. I often wonder what (besides Legos) my son will be passionate about. I'm having trouble letting it evolve, not pushing or hoping or projecting too much!
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