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Winter Reading

Love these things about Winter: a warm fire, wool socks, a glass of mulled cider or wine and reading a good book. Add to all that a cat on your lap and a dog asleep in front of the fire and you have the definition of happiness.

The perfect afternoon setup.

The perfect afternoon setup.

Stills of my memory of childhood. I always opened up for the rain...opened my mind and saw everything. That's how I discovered the nuances of the moving world...nature and humanity combined in one pulsing spirit; a streetlamp casting lights and shadows onto the freshly mowed grass. Nature and the unnatural. Rain on the paved sidewalk, dew on the windowpane. We see beauty where there is cohesion between the earth and ourselves.

Autumn seemed to arrive suddenly that year. The morning of the first September was crisp and golden as an apple. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows fall aesthetics

When you and your family live in different places, you should pick a different destination to meet up in the holiday in Christmas. If you don’t like to go far there are many small towns in the USA to find the best place to spend your Christmas vacation. Plenty of small well-decorated town offers you to spin over the city, getting enchanted by the winter wonderland.

7 Of America’s Best Town to Spend Christmas 2018

conflictingheart: “quebec city’s petit champlain neighbourhood at christmas. estabilished in it is the oldest commerical district in north america. photos by (click pic) patrick langlois, jean.

An outdoor reading nook can be used year-round -- as long as there enough blankets and pillows around.

26 Cozy Reading Nooks to Hibernate in This Winter

50 Stunning Christmas Porch Decorating Ideas - Style Estate -

50 Stunning Christmas Porch Ideas

I'm here to beg you:Don't neglect the garden at Christmas time!Make your very own Modern Country Christmas Garden! There's so much opportunity on even the smallest scale, to get creative.

‘A hyggelig home is a personal home.’ Marie Tourell Søderberg, author of Hygge, The Danish Art of Happiness.

I'm not much of a book reader, but there's just something so cozy about this.