52 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge [Week Forty-Nine]: Things You Like About Winter

I have a love/hate relationship with Winter. One minute I feel like I’m part of a fairy tale…then comes the -30°C weather and I’m reminded that I live where the air hurts my face.

Even with this fact, there are still an abundance of things I enjoy about Winter!

What do I like about WINTER?

Let it snow, let is snow, let it snow…

SOURCE: We Heart It

The fluffy, soft snow slowly falling down feels incredibly magical. Spreading this aura of serenity, it’s as though time has stopped and nothing but goodness is present in the world.

Have a holly jolly Christmas, this year!


I’m a HUGE Christmas fan…probably to a fault. The lights, the Christmas tree, sitting by the fire, known as the season of giving…what’s not to love?



Activities during the winter can be a lot of fun! Skiing, baking, winter walks, light festivals…there’s just so much to do. When I moved to Ottawa, the amount of activities available to do grew even more! There’s skating on the Rideau Canal, eating some beaver tails, participating in the “Winterlude” events, and much more!

As much as I enjoy Winter, I think I’m ready for Spring now (though…we don’t really get a real Spring here anymore…). I hope you enjoyed the post! What do you enjoy about Winter?

Happy Reading!

12 thoughts on “52 Weeks of Gratitude Challenge [Week Forty-Nine]: Things You Like About Winter

    1. Oh I totally agree! I’m an arachnophobe (even though i feel killing them so I don’t lol) so it’s nice to not have to worry about that for a while lol! I do love winter, but moving to Ottawa has made it a little crazy with the ice storms and 50cm snow days 😄

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