So many snowfalls.
A crazy ice storm that splits tree trunks in half.
Dangerously low temperatures that warrant a cold weather alert.
This is the great Canadian winter we haven’t had in awhile.
I’m getting sick of shoveling snow, but I look forward to cups of tea, hot showers and our gas fireplace to keep me warm.
Whatever Mother Nature throws at us, it’s nice knowing you can hide indoors and catch up on some reading.
Yes, these people actually exist.
Those two words don’t always go together. It sounds more like an oxymoron to me. Why? When you think of billionaires, you almost always think of yachts, private jets, mansions, etc. Everything is high-end and very expensive. Money is not an issue for them. Why would it be?
Find out who’s a frugal billionaire aside from Warren Buffett in today’s post @ Suburban Finance.
I’m not a professional artist or art afficionado.
“After living in my house for almost eight months, I finally got around to putting up one (yes, only one) piece of artwork on the wall. Of all places, it is located in the powder room on the main floor. While this may not be the best place to showcase artwork, given its unique size (long and narrow), it seems to be in the right place. It just also happens to match the colours of the powder room.”
Check out the rest of the post over at Suburban Finance.