Hygge is about intentional living. Those of you know me, know I like to cook and eat. This year our garden produce has enabled me to intentionally connect with it’s yield. I have been more mindful during kitchen preparation, cooking, and eating and it’s meant so much more.
We are blessed with some version of a blue sky all year. My Winter wreath section has streaks of a cloudy, rainy sky but with the promise of some crisp winter sun. A reminder of what we’ve had and what will be.
The word Snowdrop featured a lot in the lists of Spring words you sent me. They are the first signs that Spring is underway. If you have never been on a snowdrop walk you should add it to your bucket list of things to do. The one I went to was beautiful, serene and illuminating;…
The penultimate day of the KAL and I’d like to recommend to you two cute, ‘dipping into and out of’ books. When you are feeling in need of some coziness they are a good reference point.
When I was thinking about all things Winter I looked at my Cicely Mary Barker Flower Fairy book and I came across the The Horse Chestnut Fairy…
‘Primrose’ appeared often as one of your favourite Spring words. They are a small but beautiful beneficial plant. A super food for butterflies.
It is the life of the crystal, the architect of the flake, the fire of the frost, the soul of the sunbeam. This crisp winter air is full of it.” – John Burroughs