Midwinter Merriment

Here it is – a countdown til spring. From now until the first day of spring, I will post ways to make the dreary days of midwinter a little more merry.

Day 29: Drink more hot chocolate.

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My district is on midwinter break right now and somehow it has become my mission to have a decadent and delicious hot chocolate every day of my break. I didn’t plan it this way, but it has become a delightful indulgence I now look forward to. I certainly do not plan on keeping this up every day until spring, but I appreciate the comfort and joy it has been bringing me. Drinking said hot chocolate on a sunny dock near the water makes it taste even better!

29_feetDay 30: Create a springtime “advent” calendar

8 thoughts on “Midwinter Merriment

  1. Maria Slavik

    I love this idea! I’m finding it increasing difficult to be patient for spring when I have seedlings starting to grow in the basement. Looking forward to the rest of the countdown!

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  2. Maria

    I love this idea! I’m finding it increasing difficult to be patient for spring when I have seedlings starting to grow in the basement. Looking forward to the rest of the countdown!

    Reply
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