I have always adored the season of winter. Growing up, it was because the snow and Christmas, just like every other kid out there. But now that I’m older, I have realized I love winter for reasons most people don’t¬-- such as mornings made up of frost smothered grass, or the icy wind that causes noses to glow red. Sure, I don’t like being cold all the time, but something about winter allows me to tolerate colder weather for the sake of the season. And colder weather means warmer fires.
There is no time of year other than winter where you can comfortably sit by the fire and sip a mug of hot chocolate without a care ...
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