Welcome! I'm Melissa Gross, a dynamic and interactive teacher and speaker called to lead and encourage Christian women in their walk with the Lord through classes, workshops and retreats incorporating Bible study, devotionals, illustrated Bible journaling, paper crafting and mixed media projects that merge faith and art bringing God’s Word to life so you can find renewed excitement to dive into the Word, use your creative gifts, and apply the Truth as you draw closer to the Lord and serve Him in your everyday life. This site is where I share my everyday adventures, Bible Journaling pages, scrapbook layouts, handmade cards, and other crafty projects, as well as information on my upcoming workshops and events. I also post photos, ramble about books I'm reading, stuff I'm organizing, and other FUN bits & pieces of my wonderful life.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Snow Miser or Heat Miser?

We don't start listening to Christmas music until after Thanksgiving dinner, but it's pretty much all I listen to from then until Christmas! I was thrilled to see that Cheri's final Life Tunes topic was a favorite Christmas song. Of course, there are so many songs that I like and enjoy singing and/or listening to during this festive time of year.

However, this is my year of FUN, so I'm sharing one of the songs that Robbie and I enjoy simply because it's . . . FUN!


Personally, my preference is for a GREEN Christmas, and I wouldn't mind if the temperature never dipped below 60 degrees. Robbie, on the other hand, grew up enjoying WHITE Christmases and is open to having the ground covered in snow! How about you - would you like to see Snow Miser or Heat Miser in charge of the weather at Christmastime?

8 comments:

Sian said...

Ha! I hadn't heard this one before.

I do love to look out at the snow at Christmas, but if it gets too deep then we can't travel to see family and that has disappointed us a couple of times in the past

MonicaB said...

It just doesn't feel like Christmas if there is not snow on the ground. It just makes everything look so fresh and clean. If we don't have snow then everything is just gray not green.

Happy Holidays!

Ellyn said...

if I never see snow again it will be fine with me!

Cheri said...

If I could control the weather, we'd have snow from Christmas Eve through New Year's Day. And then it would disappear and the temps would be back in the 60's and Spring would come. Unfortunately, I'm looking at four months of cold and snow and miserable grey weather ahead. Sigh.

Jane said...

I love the snow when all the family has arrived safely

Karen said...

I'm not a huge fan of snow and we certainly get more than our share some years, but I'm always happy to see an inch or two at Christmas. Enough to be festive, but not enough to cause travel difficulties.

Beverly said...

I think we've had snow twice in my 56 Christmases so I am certainly not expecting it. We grew up being able to ride new bikes, break in roller skates, play ball, etc . I will say I like for it to be cold. Those years we are warm it just seems a bit off.

Missus Wookie said...

I like Cheri's idea of snow over the twelve days and that being about it. I'm quite happy at the moment with a green Christmas - we don't tend to get snow until January usually.