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Let It Snow, Let It Snow

SNOWING!

As the plane landed safely at the Aberdeen airport, I heard the pilot was announcing something about snow, I didn't pay attention, I couldn't wait to get off the plane after an hour flight from London.  The minute I stepped out from the plane, my heart was lifted up.. Oh yes, it was SNOWING!!  This is the first time I experienced walking under the real snow.  I think I was smiling all the way down, I know I did, seriously... people hurried into the shelter and I was taking slow steps.  Real "village" lady!

Walked to claim my baggage and I was startled when someone tapped me on my shoulder.  "OH... its you!" Yes, my son could just walked in to the luggage section even though he was not the passenger.  LOL... I think they are quite relaxed with the domestic flights... Good, I don't have to tug my heavy suitcase from the welt by myself!

Next destination.... FOOD!  I was super hungry by then.... Let's go for a good lunch, I told my son....
While waiting for my bag... 
Yes, the snow just snowed and snowed... LOL... 
And our lunch at a cafe near to the airport.... 
Mixed platter of this and that... 
My holiday has begun!
Thank God for journey mercies!


Comments

  1. Good to hear it snows there. It is hot over here!!

    Yummy platter. Full of protein!!

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  2. It snows in March? wow! Must be fun standing there with snowflakes falling on you. After that, you must be so happy to see your son! The food looks delicious!

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  3. What great fun for you! I hope it snows enough so you can both make snowballs and a snowman!

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  4. Wowwwwww!!!! And it is already coming to Spring! So so so so hot here!

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  5. The sun is so glaring over here in SG. Good that it snows there, do enjoy the weather.

    Wow! Look at the platter! Yums!

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  6. Have a splendid time with your son! Love the snow too!

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  7. We are sweating away here, it is so hot. Please send some snow over. The platter is making me hungry!

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