hibernation (n.) /ˌhaɪ.bəˈneɪ.ʃən/ To be in a dormant or torpid state during a cold period, especially during the winter.
Frozen in mint (image via Pinterest):
What’s on your menu? (art print by Stephen Anthony Davids):
Everything about this screams hygge (white oriental mug via Pinterest):
Sorry, I’ve got plans for the weekend (photo: Pony by Craig Kirk):
Tree rings (photo by Janet Little Jeffers):
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):
Après holidays, living in a winter wonderland.
Reflection (photo: Light by Joakim Bengtsson):
Serenity (Denali National Park, Alaska. Photo taken by National Park Service):
Warmth (Kollektion Herbst und Winter via Vosteen):
Life (Winter by Ervin Kobakçi):
I wish all of you peace and so much love!
Holiday colors (photo by Ania via Flickr):
Festive ornaments (garland decor by DwellStudio):
Christmas morning rituals (winter cookies by 79 ideas, photo by radostina):
The house smelling of gingerbread (photo by Migle Seikyte):
A village of lanterns (via Pinterest):
Happy weekend and a Merry Christmas to all! See you in January.
In the waiting, great things can happen. Happy third weekend of Advent!
Swedish Christmas decor inspiration by Granit:
Being real requires some courage:
Natural birch bark ornaments by Vibeke Design:
Your feathered friends need you! Great tit in snow via Ruth Burt International:
Vanilla crescents, Europe’s most popular Christmas cookie (image by Fork and Flower):