Looks like we are gonna have a white Christmas up in New England. ? We arrived late last night and the Flight Attendants announced that it was 5 below! ? I didn’t even bring a real coat, so good thing my in laws have a closet full of them. ? When I took my first breath outside I started coughing because my lungs aren’t used to this thin, cold air.
Despite the sub zero temperatures, this is the picture-perfect Christmas that I was hoping for this year. ? Christmas lights & snow really do the trick for getting me into the Christmas spirit- as long as I’m cozy inside a warm house! This will be my first Christmas not with immediate family. I’ll miss them, but I’m grateful for my new family members (Nick’s side) and I’m excited to spend the holidays with them. ❤️️
Quick life lesson I’ve been thinking about lately- flexibility. Nick & I were originally going to SLC for the weekend & then to New England. However, when we got to the airport, we quickly learned that SLC was not a possibility with all the oversold flights. We decided to be flexible with our plans & make the most of the situation. We saw an opening to Manchester & hopped aboard! Although this wasn’t in our plans, it has turned out wonderfully already.
My mom is constantly reminding my brother with Down syndrome to be flexible, but I think we could all take note & work on that a little more. Nick & I have been making some decisions & being flexible is really key to our happiness! ? It doesn’t always come easy, but it sure makes us feel good after.
I hope y’all are getting excited for Christmas, too!
PS. I just bought this hat for $5 at Forever 21! They have more colors. Go get one now. ?