Walking Boza, it is Winter…

second-cup-java-10 below zero and the wind is blowing at about 20 kph. That statement called for a second cup of coffee today, as I still am trying to adjust my old bones to the weather this year. Boza has grown his winter coat and he also seems to be already adjusted to the frozen ground with his paws. To be truthful, winter has been for over a month, but the snow has stayed away. Then the first day of winter came officially and the snow decided to follow…

Taking Boza for a walk today in between my writing on my novel and such. Was interesting. I had the new cell phone that I have talked about over the last month and took a couple of pictures. I was not sure if the pictures would be any good. for many Chinese phone cameras really plainly suck. I am very surprised…

It all started with Boza finding a little snowman or as Russians say, “Snow Women!”

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Then as I looked around, I focused on the fact that it was seriously winter and we would not see the ground for at least 6 months now…

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Oh by the way, do not believe any weather reports about Russia. Everyday it says “Sunshine” and there is a huge bright sun on my smartphone weather widget. Today was no exception. I realize that somewhere in Russia it is sunny, but in Moscow, sunshine is as rare as a dandelion blooming in the middle of winter…

This is a sunny day in Moscow and that is not very sunny…

Boza and I had a good walk, the camera works great and we are home warming up. Have a good day…

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