Hibernating


Cold and cloudy is more of an alliteration, because this very frosty winter keeps me dormant, indoor, clinging to a laptop (for work and communication), longing for an evening film or a new episode on Google TV, reading curricular literature before falling asleep, forcibly waking at 6am and happily returning to bed at 8am where I like to nap under hubby until a couple of climaxes would wake my brains up, bit alert, bit confused, to colorful impressions, then having to dress up (again) in two pairs of socks, two pairs of trousers, blouse and sweater, going down to the kitchen, and starting the laptop again, for another cold and cloudy day.

CougarBunnies.com - Cold and cloudy January 2011.

CougarBunnies.com – Cold and cloudy January 2011. Shopping for shy shoes – see the blog of then.

CougarBunnies.com - Cold and cloudy January 2017.

CougarBunnies.com – Cold and cloudy January 2017.

2 thoughts on “Hibernating

  1. Hibernation can drive you must too cold to do all the things you love outdoors makes the days so long and sometimes dark and dreary. The one good thing is more time to get things done to allow you more time to tip toe naked through the tulips in the spring and having your true love to cuddle with for warmth is a good thing. Wish for an early spring
    warm hugs and cuddles
    Bill

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