Snow Angels

She is mine by Summerhill Lane
Playing in the snow by Summerhill Lane
Hey Sexy Lady by Shaggy

Snow Angels

Dear loved ones,

I spent the last three days at a cottage just north-east of Toronto.  It was fabulous mainly because it had an outside hot tub.  If you have never experienced a hot tub in the wintertime in Canada, you are really missing something. 

There were five of us sharing this experience, my daughter and her partner, my grandson, my friend and myself.  The three other adults were all drinking and having a wonderful time laughing their heads off, I cannot drink but I really didn’t need anything alcoholic to boost my mood.   Imagine laying in a hot bubbly bath with larger than life snow flakes falling steadily all over.  When I looked up into the heavens it seemed like I was speeding through space and the snow flakes were stars.  I will never forget this experience.  As soon as we were warmed up sufficiently, then my friend and I ran into the snow and made snow angels.  I felt like a child again. 

Yes, we had snow, at least where we were.  The city of Toronto had a little bit but the rain washed it away.  I used to have a sauna in a small building just off the side of our house, and it was such a pleasure to run and roll around in the snow banks and then back in the sauna to warm up.  Again, and again we would do this.  It was a shock to the system but in a good way. 

My friend brought his karaoke machine and we spent hours and hours singing badly and just laughing.  Then the dancing started.  Dancing is one of my favourite things to do and I feel so happy just moving to the beat.  The song at the beginning by Shaggy, is one that we played several times and I never got tired of hearing it.  Such a good beat and so sensual.  I danced to exhaustion. 

Thank you for reading my post today about winter fun, snow angels, dancing, and hot tubs.  I love you.  Hugs & Kisses, Summerhill Lane xoxo

The painting at the beginning is of my dog, Spencer and myself and it is based on a photograph.  If you look closely you can see my husband’s image reflected in Spencer’s eyes.  They did not get along (Spencer and my husband). Rivals for my affection.  I am smiling about it, but Spencer was the loser as my husband gave him away so he would not have to compete for my attention.  It broke my heart.   

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21 thoughts on “Snow Angels

    1. Thank you darling equipsblog. Yes I am happy I had some good experiences to write about as crying over someone who is not interested is not only a waste of life but is very boring. Sending you lots of love. I hope your winter is kind to you too. ❤❤

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    1. Darling beautiful poet, thank you for reading and commenting. I love saunas and hot tubs and jumping into the snow or a cold lake afterwards. That is wonderful that you have a sauna at your house. I am part Scandinavian so must be in my blood. Sending you lots of love and hugs. ❤❤❤❤❤

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  1. Great experience, reminded me of building a snow cave or some kind of igloo when I was a kid.
    Or when I jumped into the cold water pool in the wellness area of a swimming pool. These are just special moments and things to do. But I feel sad about the dog, he just tried to defend you and saw your loving heart. Something a lot of people in your life didn’t really pay attention to or even noticed. ❤

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    1. Hello John, I also used to build snow forts when I was a child, and I loved being safe inside my little snow igloo. Very special moments for sure.
      Yes, it was very sad about my dog Spencer as he was only defending me and being loyal to me. He was pure love.
      Thank you so much for commenting on my post. I do love to hear from you and I am sending you love and many hugs.

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  2. It sounds wonderful Summerhill. I loved your description of relaxing in the warm water and looking up at the sky and seeing snowflakes coming at you likes stars. Moments like that make life precious!

    The only hot tub I have is a fantasy one!!! Mind you, I have been spending a lot of time fantasising about being there lately and it seems to be getting hotter and hotter – as fantasy hot tubs do!

    Although I totally understand the social distancing rules here in the UK, I miss dancing with my friends, and singing karaoke with them too – well more the dancing. I am so pleased you had the chance to have some fun!

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    1. Thank you darling Jenna. I wish for you your fantasy hot tub and may it be as hot as you desire! I also wish that you can go out dancing again and hanging out with your friends and enjoying each other’s company and making memories. Sending you lots of love and many hugs.

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    1. Darling Cassandra, you absolutely must experience the hot tub in winter even if you don’t roll around in the snow afterwards. It is such a marvellous thing especially if it is snowing ❤️❤️❤️❤️🤗🤗🤗🤗🤗

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    1. Darling SpiritedSoul sister and fellow Canadian, thank you for commenting on my post “snow angels”, and it makes me happy that I can share this little adventure with you ❤️❤️

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