i feel…cozy

December 16, 2009 at 5:00 am 2 comments

Just regular life going on around here, errands, nursing, snacks, dog walks, shipping Feeleez, email, and pretending, but somehow with a Yule tree gently twinkling through the day, things just seem so much cozier.

Xi looked out the window the other day and said: Bella! People are scooping snow off the sidewalk. Well, that settles it, it’s officially winter. I was in full agreement, it couldn’t feel more like winter than these  snowy days have. But then Bella piped up with her nine year old knowledge and said: Well technically it’s not winter yet. I think it starts, like, the twenty first, or something. And I cringed! NO! It just isn’t fair that winter doesn’t begin until the shortest day of the year. I like to think we are chipping away, making headway by trudging through these cold, dark, days.

But at least there is the tree, that palpable feeling of magic in the air, and crafts. Because I don’t sew, or knit yet (I know, the shame! The shame!), I’m working on a few of these. So far, so cute!


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  • 1. Ivy  |  December 16, 2009 at 7:53 am

    For someone who doesn’t sew or knit, those look an awful lot like sewing! They are very cute!

  • 2. Angela Malson  |  December 16, 2009 at 9:10 pm

    those are adorable, i hope to be more crafty, too! and yes, lights on a christmas tree can make it feel cozy wherever you are. for us it is the only reminder of winter, when outside it is in the 80s, we can at least pretend that it is cold and inside is warm and cozy.


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