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Snow in September?


We were in Wilmington, North Carolina last week and were surprised to see Christmas decorations and "snow" on a few of the blocks downtown. As it turns out, they were in the process of filming a Hallmark movie. See here for a bit of info about it.









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33 comments:

  1. What fun to see "snow" and Christmas decorations for a movie! It's fun to watch a movie being filmed--I saw that happen on a few occasions in NYC, It seems like a lot of work for just a few minutes of acting and made me realize the time it takes, and the amount of people behind the scenes, to make a complete film.

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  2. Well something to look forward to and many things to be thankful for this year!
    Thank you for hosting, have a great week!
    Karren

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  3. I love Christmas decor but it's a little too soon in my opinion. I don't put my tree up until the end of November and that's considered early in Spain.
    Thanks for the linkup & happy Monday!

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    1. The decorations were being taken down - they were only there as part of the backdrop of a holiday movie being filmed there.

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  4. At the weekend there were lots of Christmas things in our local Aldi supermarket. Not sure if people are in the mood for Christmas this year.

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  5. It seems that it is Christmas all year round on the Hallmark Channel. I am sure it is a beautiful setting for the action.

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  6. They are pushing Christmas already here- I think the idea is to get us spending money...it's WAY too early!

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  7. But I'm glad for the news they are filming....we need some movies to be released in the cinema! Devastated Bond got pushed back again!

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  8. Yes, we see some similiar in our supermarket... its funny. But more than decoration, there are Lebkuchen.

    Have a good week.

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  9. The tin soldier / drummer guy is charming. Shops are building their Christmas / fairy light offerings here. Christmas comes every year earlier.

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  10. Ooo, I love Hallmark movies! I will certainly watch out for this one!

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  11. I'm ready for some festiveness...

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  12. I like the tin soldier. Early Christmas decor to take our minds off the pandemic.

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  13. Last July they filmed the movie Hubie Halloween in my hometown. It was so strange to see the place decorated for Halloween in the middle of summer.

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  15. I saw a winter scene being filmed in Toronto on a super hot day in July a couple of years ago. There was snow and they were all dressed in heavy winter coats!

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  16. These photos made me miss winter and the winter holidays. Thank you for sharing with us the surprise you had!

    Have a great day, Sue!

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  17. Fun to think when it's on that you were at one of the locations of the movie. The soft snows of winter are the only ones I like anymore. Was always fun though as a kid, no matter the temperature, to always be out in it. Have a great week.

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  18. I love Christmas decos, even if they are up early, and don't stay long.

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  19. My, that's early. But I do love Christmas decorations!

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  20. So soon? The snow and the decorations? Time is running to quickly!
    Happy WW and thank you for the linking! Nice week ahead!

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  21. That is so cool and interesting. Very nice. Thanks for sharing it.

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  22. I suppose there are people who need another Christmas movie.

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  23. That's so much fun! But what a surprise it must have been to see those decorations :)

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  24. I am in the mountains filming nature and its sounds. Your trip sounds exciting.

    I'm live every 1st and 3rd Wednesday now. Would be nice to see you here:

    https://natashamusing.com/2020/10/cant-help-falling-in-love-wordlesswednesday-wednesdaywisdom/#comment-35932

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  25. I like Christmas movies! I love the snow! So, let it snow in September too! 😊 "Every day is Christmas!"
    Have a nice day!

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  26. Christmas is a magical time. Beautiful.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. ♥

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  27. I guess that was God's way of spreading some cheer around, through the movie set.

    Oct-Nov-Dec means festivity in the air kind of feel in India --- Goddess Durga being celebrated followed by festival of lights and then the Christmas and new year fervor.

    Wishing you a joyful week!

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  28. I added your link to my linky list.

    Have a great weekend. ♥

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  29. Must be a funny surprise, Christmas in September!

    Wish you a wonderful Sunday.

    xx, isabella

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