Wednesday, November 23, 2011

corner view – a different corner

Corner View is a weekly appointment - each Wednesday - created by Jane, and hosted by Francesca.  It’s where bloggers from all corners of the world share their view on a pre-arranged theme.

my corner’s have always been warm and sunny and either near a pool or not too far away from the sea.

So being here in Kazakhstan it definitely feels like a very different corner for me.  One that I think will take me sometime to get used too.

IMG_0006 IMG_0009As I’m typing this it’s snowing outside.  I’m in awe of it at the moment.  don’t know how I’ll feel though when we get to January  and February when it’s still snowing and  it’s minus something degrees!!

It really does feel like a “different corner”.

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11 comments:

Mari said...

It's truly a different corner for you! Snow is beautiful, but I know that I'm always ready for Spring. :)

Debra said...

snow can be truly magical...the first few months. Have you heard about the department store in the states that is selling a $75,000 yurt for Christmas? http://newsfeed.time.com/2011/10/20/what-recession-neiman-marcus-christmas-catalog-offers-75000-yurt/

Mezzamay said...

Very pretty! That snow is so fine, I thought it was sand when I first looked at your photos!

Bonnie said...

yes ... a very different corner ! also very beautiful !!

my different corner is tasty this week ... http://bonnie-simple-beauty.blogspot.com/2011/11/corner-view-was-created-by-jane-at_24.html

Menthe Blanche said...

Waoh, snow!!! Yes really different corner! But beautiful :)

♥ w o o l f ♥ said...

try and keep up with the white magic, i'd say. but i can imagine it could become right tough... well, come and moan about it here! we'll lend you an ear!
n♥

Kristin said...

Nice! I like snow - a long time. :) If he then disappears again.

anna said...

For now it really looks beautiful!

Isabelle said...

snow has not come yet to our place but kids are waiting for it ... you will have a beautiful white Xmas !!

la ninja said...

wowza mamma.

from thailand to kazakhstan. that'll take some adapting, indeed.
however, think of all you lot are experiencing together. how rich and varied the education of your kids is being and how broad their view of the world will be. that's a true luxury.

Francesca said...

Stay warm!

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