Posts Tagged ‘winter’

If you’re anything like me, you absolutely love wintertime. Waking up to a quiet, glistening snowfall, sipping a peppermint hot chocolate while curled up with a good book, watching an endless number of holiday-themed movies–; I could go on. Or, you could be the complete opposite. Maybe you absolutely hate this time of year, and […]

I am sure that I am not the only one to notice the change in temperature. This temperature change not only brings out the worst in people, but also SNOW. We often take snow for granted as we get older. Snow can be used for many great things like original snow cones (not the yellow […]

Winter is often referred to as a time of quiet reflection; for some, the season can evoke melancholy, and for others, hope. The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey perfectly captures this haunting ambiance of winter in which characters grapple with both love and loss.         “She knew the snow and it carried her gently… She […]