Snow has fallen…

Holiday Greetings

As we wind down the year, I want to take a moment and thank all readers and followers of my blog for taking time to read my writings, and for your kind and encouraging comments. And you my fellow writers for the inspiration and support…THANK YOU!

I wish everyone love, peace and joy.

With love from Finland! ♥♥♥

note: I’m taking a short break from blogging. See you in 2018!

p.s. I’m also linking to Midweek Motif at Poetry United, where Sumana asks us to write about “Celebration”. I’ve already covered some of the things I’m celebrating this month on my previous post but to add, a snowfall is always something to celebrate as we look forward to White Christmas.

Khaya Ronkainen
Khaya Ronkainen is a writer, poet and creative professional. Her blog focuses on all things poetry and creative nonfiction.


  1. Happy Holidays mtwana wa se khaya, just don’t know how you deal with all that snow and cold. May you have the happiest of holidays, filled with cheer and laughter.

  2. Have a wonderful, white Christmas Khaya, and a blessed, peaceful time recharging yourself and celebrating with your loved ones.

  3. We got the first snow fall this last weekend.
    It made all the fields look like iced oatmeal cookies.
    I look forward to more.

    Have a Merry Christmas!

  4. Well snowfall is inevitable in Finland so no wonder Finns celebrate so much! Look forward to catching up with you next year.

  5. Wishing you the gifts of the season — Peace, Joy, Hope. Merry Christmas. I hope your holidays will be filled with joy and laughter !!

  6. Hope you have a Happy Holiday Khaya! Thanks also to you for reading, commenting, and following my blog. It’s appreciated 🙂

  7. Happy Holidays, Khaya! Will be looking for you in 2018.

  8. Khaya,wishing you a wonderful holiday and fabulous New Year!! Thank you so much for visiting and commenting on my blog during the year…always lovely to chat!

    Love and peace to you hugs xx

  9. Finland is beautiful in winter. Then it offers incredible experiences for everyone of which many are free.

    Have a good day!

  10. I know, winter is my favourite. 🙂 It’s always a bittersweet feeling when the season ends, though spring is most welcome too.

    Glad to connect again in blogland. 🙂 I had to abandon my personal blog, Cocoaupnorth, because of time constraints.

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