Winter is the time for comfort, good food, for warmth, for the touch of a friendly hand and a talk beside the fire: it is a time for home.
Lonely tree (‘Planinsko polje XXVIX’ photo by Gorazd Kranjc):
Make this the year:
Frozen lake (photo by Marja K.):
Fox in the snow (photo via imgfave):
Fig, Vanilla Bean + Gin Cocktail (by Sarah of The Homemade Haus):
Today we celebrate Saint Martin of Tours with the Martin Day Feast. The custom where I live is that you have to eat goose, otherwise you’ll be starving all year. Well, I’m happy to oblige!
Can frost be any more beautiful? (Winter blues by Mandy Disher):
Can you please believe?
Can I go there? (autumn mountains and lake via Pinterest, source unknown):
Can I join? (Dreamers by Andrea Jancova):
Can I have a sip? (salted caramel hot chocolate by Chelsea of The Whole Bite):
And November goes,
With the last red berries
And the first white snows.
With night coming early,
And dawn coming late,
And ice in the bucket
And frost by the gate.
The fires burn
And the kettles sing,
And earth sinks to rest
Until next spring.
― Clyde Watson
Muted hues (photo by Line Kay for Hale Mercantile Co.):
Just learn to listen:
Lake Kirkpatrick, New Zealand (photo source unknown, via Pinterest):
Firewood by Shelter Co. via Tumblr:
Votives in Scandinavian style (via Tumblr):
At this point, my blood type is apple pie spice and I want to bake ALL the time. Got the symptoms of fall fever.
Fallen leaves photography by Norm Architects:
A quote from the poem ‘After A While’ by Veronica A. Shoffstall:
One of the many amazing travel Instagrams by Jonathan Taylor Sweet:
I need a nook like this in my home! Floating bench & decor by Jennifer of City Farmhouse:
Baked Rosemary Parmesan Chickpeas to make RN by Laura of A Beautiful Mess: