Andi Winter

Writer, Reader, Tea Drinker, Chrononaut

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Today’s haiku

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solstice come and gone

the days should be lightening

can’t see through the fog

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joys of the season

snow dusting the deck railing

bourbon-laced eggnog

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“Snow Buddies” movie

puppies sled, talk in Great North

escapist delight

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joys of the season

cinnamon-vanilla tea

cheesy Christmas films

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joys of the season

wood stove heat & a blanket

gingersnaps baking

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Christmas memory:

lighting candles on the tree

magical childhood

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holiday french toast

with eggnog—rum or bourbon?

bourbon FTW

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darkness at rising

greyness during the midday

darkness on drive home

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Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons – Gerbil

odd jumbled shape of

colored lights in the distance–

festooned pick-up truck

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dentist chairbetween injections

dentist’s chair meditation:

“and this, too, shall pass”

—apparently my body doesn’t recognize anesthetics well, much to my (and the dentist’s) dismay

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