Mid Week Words on Winter

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“What if winters were only there to make flowers bloom and not to see them dying in summer heat?”― Crestless Wave

“Don’t worry about negative temperatures because minus times minus equals plus. If you are not very good at Maths, then put some rum in the tea.”― Ljupka Cvetanova

“I love winters. I can pretend to have a terrible cough and cold almost every day just to keep colleagues away.”― Nitya Prakash

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“Winters are a desolate time where all senses are wiped away, and here in Canada, this is especially true. All smells are sucked clean from the air, leaving only a harsh, icy crispness…[And] Stay outside too long, and your hands will get so cold that they’ll go numb and turn red, like the claws of a lobster.” ― Rebecca McNutt

“Don’t sell the warmer for an air conditioner just because its summer, for in winter, you will have to do the reverse.”― Ikechukwu Izuakor

Winter, I wrote, was akin to living inside a refrigerator.”― Okey Ndibe

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“Don’t complain it’s too cold now if you also intend to whine about how hot it is when summer comes..”― James Marquess

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“If you want more silence than silence, the silence of a cold winter night is exactly what you are looking for!”― Mehmet Murat ildan

“Hot coffee and cold winter mornings are two of the best soul mates who ever did find each other.”― Terri Guillemets

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“I love the scent of winter. I love the scent of winter enough to suffer the cold for it.”― Tiffany Reisz

“There was a solace in a snow-laden forest wrapped in night found nowhere else, a loneliness that made me better acquainted with myself.”― Lisa Lueddecke

“To keep a warm heart in winter is the real victory.”― Marty Rubin

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Published by Suzette Benjamin

Positive thinker, inspirational, writer, faith

2 thoughts on “Mid Week Words on Winter

  1. Wonderfully done Suzette B. It is 12 degrees at my house, beautiful Sun shine, crisp fresh air! Coldest January in years here in Alaska, I have had to almost cut down a forest to keep my old log cabin at 55 degrees, lot’s of extra clothes worn. But the days are now growing longer, almost seven hours of daylight. So it is all in time, just wait it out, this too shall pass…..Keep up^ the good work! George ________________________________

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