When you think of Christmas you may think of a cold wind and a fresh snow, but in most parts of the world that rarely or never happens. It never happens in places like the Caribbean, Central America, South America, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand because it’s tropical or summertime there. Here in the U.S. you’re likely to have a cold wind but no fresh snow. Some parts of the country experienced a White Christmas this year. In fact the Dallas-Fort Worth Texas area saw its first White Christmas in well over a century with at least 3 inches of fresh new snow on the ground.
If a cold wind and a fresh snow is your ideal scene then may you enjoy your “Winter Wonderland” on this Christmas Day.