Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Creativity Exercise: Winter Word

Give me one word to describe winter, wherever you are, whatever your winter is doing.

This exercise brought to you by a woman who should be living on a beach, not in a town where the predicted high later this week is 4 degrees, with a predicted low of -13.

Photo credit: D Sharon Pruitt

13 comments:

Mike Brown said...

Frigid - in every sense of the word.

Leslie said...

Umbearable. (No bare feet for me, please!)

Angela said...

Endless

Cowbell said...

introspective

Barb said...

BRRRRRR

Jan said...

Puff
(Puffs of my breath in the air, snow puff dances, puffs of snow drifts, puffs of clouds. And it was the only appropriate four-letter word I could think of that was family friendly.)

ABOUT US said...

Antediluvian

Kirsten Wright said...

Warm!

Went for a run at 9am this morning and it was around 70 degrees. (I live in Southern California ;))

Jan said...

What great words! Thank you! (Yes, even you, my warm weather friend!)

Vicki said...

everlasting.

Chris Reaburn said...

Snap. (No explanation, just try it on.)

Chris Reaburn said...

Cozy.

I spend more time indoors / in warm comfortable clothes excusable for their sloppiness / engaged in conversation with friends & family / just using a coffee cup to warm my hands than at any other point of the year. Winter may be the opposite of 'frigid' for me. (Of course, I'm Canadian, which may explain a lot)

Julie Jordan Scott said...

Fog.

(and your photo makes me cold... those sweet little toesies!)