It was a dark and stormy night; the rain fell in torrents — except at occasional intervals, when it was checked by a violent gust of wind which swept up the streets (for it is in London that our scene lies), rattling along the housetops, and fiercely agitating the scanty flame of the lamps that struggled against the darkness.

Paul Clifford
Winters here now and with it all the pumpkin, leaves and autumn related items depart until next year. Winter brings along with it shorter days, warm drinks, family time, holidays, sweaters, and cold weather (of course).
There’s many activities and things you can do during the winter time, so cozy up, listen to this fireplace  background noise, and read some of the things you can do during the winter:
1.  Make hot chocolate or another warm drink and pour it into your favorite mug. Add some marshmallows or a candy cane to make it a bit more festive and watch a movie or stay by the fireplace with your drink to stay warm.
4204909358_dc8a3b12a4_z2. Watching Christmas or Holiday related movies is probably one of my favorite things to do during the holiday season.( I may even watch them in the summer) Some of the best Holiday movies in my opinion are Elf, The Santa Clause, and Home Alone. I mean how can you not love an elf stuck in NYC,  A dad who becomes Santa Clause, or a boy left home alone who has to defeat robbers.
3. Go outside and play in the snow (that is if it snows where you live). Have a snow ball fight with your friends or family, build a snowman, make snow angels, go on a sleigh, or just run around.
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4. (If you celebrate Christmas) You can decorate your Christmas tree with lights, ornaments, and garland. To make it a bit more fun you can play Christmas music or wear a regular or  an ugly Christmas sweater.
6.Make a gingerbread house. Whether it’s a recipe of your own one you found or a kit you bought. It’s always fun putting together the cookies with frosting and candies (While eating some of it as you build).

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