I looked up Winter words on Google and there were scads of adjectives such as barren, icy, frigid, dark, desolate, depressing…. It’s a very long list. And I want to know who on earth could write such a list? As far as I’m concerned, cold winters comes to us whether we like it or not here in the Northeast. In prior years I have found that complaining about the cold never actually changed the outdoor air temperature. Shocking but true!
Since I love living in New England I decided a few years ago that the best plan of action was to embrace the changes that come and to find something in every season that I enjoy doing. It’s not a surprise that this positive attitude adjustment has actually made me happier during the months that are chilly. So I thought I’d offer up my own version of thoughts on the Winter season.
to sit inside with a cup of ced black tea
then head inside for apsang tea
to breathe in fresh oxygen then drink olong tea
and ictorian Earl Grey will taste so grand
so put on the kettle and let the ast Frisian flow
to share a cup of ilky Spice and perhaps a treat
just like a cup of epal Delight
is how I feel about the range Spice Tea scent
a cup of hite Ambrosia “tay”
And here are a few Winter Words that I think are much more indicative of this time of year:
Slumber Softly Swirling Snowflakes
Snow Snow angels
These are just the first ones that came to my mind as I watched the snowflakes go dancing by my window this morning. I think I’ll go take my tea mug with me outside for a breath of fresh, cool air. Lovely! I hope you all enjoy this exciting winter season!
Wishing you happiness, good health, and above all else … joy and laughter amongst the snowflakes!