Snow and coffee!

indexIt is 2 a.m. and Boza needed to go outside. He was having a few doggy issues and it is my job to deal with such issues. Therefore, I also had to take him out at 4 a.m. also and that cup of coffee is really spot on this morning…

It is snowing like crazy, -5 degrees and Moscow at 2 a.m. is the most wonderful world to behold. It is safe, quiet and beautiful…

Boza and I walk down the street and we have a bar that has lights of all colors around it. The trees are full of lights and the building is outlined with lights. This morning these lights stood out as the first real snow swirled around and got deeper by the second. Talk about looking like Christmas!

The wind is blowing and the snow is drifting and Boza and I left fast disappearing prints in the snow. It was so cool and wonderful…

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Sometime next week Boza and I will be back in the Tiny Russian Village. Last year we did not get back until the 1st of December. This year will be earlier and better to get more done at the Tiny Russian Village…

As last year… (http://windowstorussia.com/russian-village-for-winter.html)

Svetochka is getting that look on her face. She really does not want us to go, but she is also seeing how Boza and I are struggling in Moscow. Therefore, it is time to chin up and go back. We want our sweet-pea with us in the Tiny Russian Village though…

They are (Everyone young and old!) calling for a rough winter. Boza and I are looking forward to such a winter, though his eyesight issues will make winter more interesting…

When we get back to the village, I will finish a last stack of wood and start another one and keep adding to that one until the snow is too deep to do it anymore. Wood gathering is never ending in the Tiny Russian Village and is a simple fact, the difference between life and death…

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Well Svetochka gets up soon and I need to fix breakfast for her. I also have to see if Boza is doing okay and then maybe that second cup of coffee will appear and make the day even better…

WtR

kKEETON @ Windows to Russia…

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