Snow Chat

Fancy a cuppa tea later?

These two were obviously oblivious to the blizzard around them. I caught sight of them as we drove down the road. I wondered how many layers of clothing they had on? What kind of socks they had on their feet to be so blantantly defiant of the cold and blizzard? What was it that just couldn’t wait to be discussed at home or on the phone?

Chatting on a snowy morning like this – matchless! There could be a lot of reasons for wanting to stand out in the snow and chat but for me, it’s crazy!  I wondered how long they’d been standing chatting in the snow?

What could be a fitting caption for this photograph apart from the one above? Here are some examples:

1. Snow attracts chatterboxes!

2. The neighbourhood snow watch.

3. Obviously oblivious or obliviously obvious

5. Whe’re have you been? it’s snowing.

6. Fancy a cuppa tea later?

7. Where’s your dog?

8. So what’s up girl?

9. Let’s catch up by email today.

10. Hello stranger! Long time no see.

11. When are you flying out to Honolulu?

12. The school is closed today?

etc etc etc….

Author: IslandMeri

I am based in Port Moresby, the capital city of Papua New Guinea. The purpose of this blog is to share my magic moments in Papua New Guinea, elsewhere in the Pacific and the world. I have many creative pursuits - singing, songwriting, amateur photography and blogging.

2 thoughts on “Snow Chat”

  1. Thanks PV. In London the snow melts so fast but it is in the northern regions and rural areas of the country where the snow blizzards have really caused damage, death and isolation from basic social services. People are boxed in in their houses and very treacherous and impossible to move around. People have died from the freezing weather and some roads are still inaccessible.

    Today in London it is going to be a really lovely sunny day and already the sunrise is bringing joy…hehehehe.

    Have a great week.

    Catch.
    Mari

  2. He he he! and all while the world headlines were proclaiming the ‘tragic’ wintry circumstances around the northern hemisphere…he he..

    Thanks for connecting the rest of us to London.

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