The holiday season is here for sure, and we know this because it is COLD in England! We got about 3 inches of snow here in Cambridge over the weekend, and although that may not sound like much, you have to understand that England does not have the infrastructure to handle snow and ice. So many flights were canceled this weekend, roads were icy, and trains were stopped. Hopefully, the worst is over as we have trips to Spain and Scotland planned this week.
We didn't make it to York due to the snow, and also because we were both pretty drained. We spent the weekend catching up on some much needed sleep and American television and movies :) It feels so weird that its Christmas and New Year's and neither of us will see our families this season. I think this may be the first holiday that I have not seen my family, and its a bit strange.
We didn't decorate our home, and we didn't buy any presents - but we are traveling - and I am learning that our travel experiences are really worth way more than any gift we could give each other. As we make memories and create stories to tell our little ones (in a few years), I am reminded that the holidays are not about how much money we spend, but how much time we spend with the people we love.
Wherever you are this season, I hope you are with at least one person that you love, and that it's time well spent. Safe traveling and stay warm :)