That's what the forecast calls for folks! This picture depicts Vancouver on any rain sodden day purrfectly. It's been five years since I've had a Christmas at home and Vancouver has not failed to deliver.
It's rainy, not cold and a balmy 7 degrees. No need to pack snow gear, gloves or a tuke. Only yer umbrella is needed. So far I've yet to capture a Christmas from my childhood. I think it's safe to say that my childhood Christmases are in the past.
Hopefully, next year Aaron will know what is going on and I can live vicariously through his excitement.
I am keeping it real here on the Wet Coast. And so far it`s been gloomy.
We have an autism assessment come January for Aaron. Hopefully some light will be shed. When I got the call for the appointments, I thought I would be relieved, but all I wanted to do was cry after I got off the phone. The realism of this has hit me. And Eric will be away for the second course of Aaron`s evaluation, so I don`t know what this will mean or how I will cope if the findings are positive. I will try to not think about it until then.
Right now I will wish you all a Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!