#WinterWonderland #L&SR #WednesdayBlogChallenge

So this week’s topic is FAVORITE THINGS TO DO IN THE WINTER. Timely, no?

I could be really perky and positive here and tell you I love to ski, ice skate, snow board. Or that I go for long, long walks during the most brutal of winter days, fully invigorated and stimulated by the frigid air whipping around my face. That curling is my sport of preference, or animal tracking in the woods is a fun family activity.

I could tell you all those things…but it would all be lies.

I’m not going to mince words here: I absolutely hate winter.

I hate the cold.

I hate that I have to wear 947 layers just to go from the car to the inside of the grocery store.

I hate snow, ice, wind. In no order, and all together!

I hate wearing hats and gloves. Boots and snow tires. Using shovels and snowblowers.

Get the picture?

Yeah. I hate winter.

And because I do I spend as much time as possible indoors, hibernating, reading, and drinking hot drinks.

So, my favorite thing to do in the winter? Well, a picture is worth ten million words, so….

And since reading by the fire truly is one of my favorite pastimes during the long, long, ridiculously long winter months, here’s one of my new favorites that just also happens to be one of mine:

Find it here :  amazon //wild rose press // b&n // kobo // apple // google play // books-a-million

Now, since this is a blog challenge, I wonder if I’m the only one who despises winter. Click here to find out: L&SRWednesdayBlogChallenge

In the winter you can find me inside, here:

Tweet Me//Read Me// Visit Me//Picture Me//Pin Me//Friend Me//Google+Me// Triber// BookMe // Monkey me //Watch me

and here’s the link to my TELL ME ABOUT YOUR DAMN BOOK podcast interview, just in case you missed it: TMAYDB





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9 responses to “#WinterWonderland #L&SR #WednesdayBlogChallenge

  1. Echo Ishii

    This was hilarious!

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  2. Agree. 100%. All of the things. 🙂 My husband keeps saying, “You won’t be cold if you dress right.” … yeah, whatever. You go ski, I’ll stay home and read.

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  3. Yeppers, there are some good points to winter (Christmas), but when it seems like winter takes forever, I’m ready for spring and summer. I’m a fall girl and I hate when it switches over. Oh well. 🙂
    Here’s my post: https://wendizwaduk.wordpress.com/2019/01/23/wednesday-weekly-blogging-challenge-meganslayer-longandshortreviews/

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  4. Kathy

    Wonderful visual descriptions of winter on your blog. And…I’m very visual. Like looking outside at all of the snow and ice and knowing the dog has to go out there again, oh and me with him.
    Here’s my post: http://www.ourtownbookreviews.com/2019/01/favorite-things-to-do-in-winter.html

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  5. lydiaschoch

    Yep, same here.

    Although winter does make me really appreciate spring once the weather warms up again. 🙂

    My Wednesday Weekly Blogging Challenge post.


  6. I so understand (and I don’t even live where it’s REALLY cold). My post is here: http://jhthomas.blogspot.com/2019/01/wednesday-weekly-blogging-favorite.html


  7. Haaaaa! I agree 100% This is the best!


  8. I agree with absolutely everything. I would much rather stay in and read than go out in the snow.

    My winter post is here: http://tanithdavenport.blogspot.com/2019/01/favourite-things-to-do-in-winter.html


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