Come on in, get cozy over here ;)
We just had our first snow fall of the season yesterday and ahhh! it sure is exciting. Maybe I wouldn’t personally be all giddy about it – it’s just snow right? – - but somehow, seeing a child’s excitement about white cold speckles falling from the sky just suddenly puts magic into the whole experience. Seriously, time stood still. Me and my little one, gazed through our window and were just smiling; ear to ear. If we both weren’t so stuffed up from being sick the last week, we would have layered with warmth and big hats and stood on our bare naked lawn with our heads up to the sky, tongues out. Enjoying the magic.
So what does the winter season mean to you?
This is what it means to me….
big warm socks. love these. maybe not next to the bread with jam. but that is a cute photo ;)
I can’t wait to make heart shapes from fresh snow.
this is really promoting the ‘make love not war’ movement – hearts instead of snowballs, love that.
now I’ve been known to wear these hand warmers in early september. but now no one will look at me weird.
I think a cup of hot chocolate mint tea is calling my name at the moment… have you ever tried some? Ah, it’s the best with a little almond milk – that could be a whole other post just on that ;)
source for all images above
these look yummy
I would need to adapt the recipe a little, and like remove the egg, butter, milk and flour – HA. it’s ok. it’s totally doable ;)
I love that image. I can’t wait for the big fluffy white cloud to fall down.
of course, if I could only jump like that. if I could jump at all. my jumping skills suck. but I could totally spin around and dance anyway and make fresh foot prints in the snow…
It’s time to get cozy and warm. I hope you’re enjoying the changing season. As I write this, I totally realize that some of you are in a warm climate and this does nothing to you. Although I would also be interested to hear how some of you are enjoying a hot winter in shorts and a t-shirt. We once spent New Year’s in Key West and it was so much fun to see all the holiday decorations in a warm climate. I thought it was kind of odd though, but I’m sure I’d get used to it. No No. I do love a cold winter, but once a while, it’s fun to experience a different wardrobe and put on a sun hat instead ;)
BIG WARM HUGS. ella.
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