As the Snow Flies

Today was the first day of fall, for 2011, meaning the snow flies potentially in mere days at this point..perhaps, to the untrained eye, snow is not erotic and not sinful.

Here in Canada, we are experts, we know how to keep warm while saving heating oil…bring on the snow and the frolicking it causes.

In fact, to take this a step further, prior to modern heating in homes in Nordic countries, is it any wonder why there were so many babies born in August, September and October?

6 Comments

  1. I’ve always loved that flurries here start around my birthday (mid-November). I love when snow falls and I have nowhere to go…

    Unfortunately, if I have to drive anywhere, the nostalgia goes downhill pretty quickly! LOL

    ~Kazi

  2. Not having grown up in a country with snow and now living in a country where it snows some in winter, I have come to love the snow and especially the sound when it falls: silence. So beautiful… and yes, in a way very erotic!
    ~Rebel~
    xxx

  3. Growing up in MT. I have lots of positive memories of snow. Most of my thoughts are of play and not outside, but inside next to a fire, warm bodies, so erotic. 🙂

    September baby btw

  4. We have to drive about 2 hours to get to snow but it’s so worth it. I love to watch the snowfall and listen to the silence as it falls while cuddling naked next to the fireplace…

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