What's the best way to spend a cold winter's day? Or night?

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  1. Yard of nature profile image60
    Yard of natureposted 10 years ago

    What's the best way to spend a cold winter's day? Or night?


  2. Brie Hoffman profile image66
    Brie Hoffmanposted 10 years ago

    Reading a good book by the fire with your puppy cuddled up next to you!

  3. vegetarianism profile image59
    vegetarianismposted 10 years ago

    smile don't know.. i've never been to a place that had a winter season.. smile

  4. anisetta profile image58
    anisettaposted 10 years ago

    Day: Ice skating outdoors

    Night: Sleeping in a warm cozy bed with your cats next to you protecting you...

  5. mandyf profile image61
    mandyfposted 10 years ago

    hot cocoa with some baileys, a good book and big fluffy covers to cuddle under

  6. fucsia profile image61
    fucsiaposted 10 years ago

    Doing a walk in snow ( if there is sun ) or with a book...
    And the night sleep embraced to my loved,  even just in thought.

  7. Neverletitgo profile image69
    Neverletitgoposted 10 years ago

    I like hot drink to stay warm because I don't like to be cold.

  8. leahlefler profile image97
    leahleflerposted 10 years ago

    Since the temperature is currently -20F outside and our baseboard heater system is malfunctioning, we are spending a lot of time huddling under blankets and dreaming of the sunbelt. On better days, however, we make snow ice cream during the day and sit by the fire at night.

  9. 6hotfingers3 profile image61
    6hotfingers3posted 10 years ago

    1.Get the fireplace going nice-n-hot.
    2. Cuddle up on the sofa with your favorite book or person.
    3. Think how blessed you are to be able to stay home on such a cold night/day.
    4. Turn off the television and turn on relaxing music.
    5.Make sure there is hot soup waiting on the stove.
    6. Sip on a hot drink while reading your favorite book or magazine.

  10. Lazer317 profile image81
    Lazer317posted 10 years ago

    Go out sledding or skating, then get home and cuddle up with a cup of hot cocoa or a glass of wine, and read a book on the couch with some bread and cheese.

  11. thebluestar profile image80
    thebluestarposted 10 years ago

    Looking out of the window whilst enjoying the comfort and warmth of good friends and a good roaring log fire. In the evening, a good book, same log fire, a glass of lovely crisp white wine, snuggled up in a blanket,

  12. manspaugh profile image61
    manspaughposted 10 years ago

    Sitting by a nice little fire watching a good movie with your wifey.

  13. m2webseo profile image60
    m2webseoposted 10 years ago

    no matter if you are 10 or 50, the best way is to go out and make a big castle of ice smile

    Even over 30, I still do that. Just go out to park and make it with my old friends for kids that are playing around.

  14. Cedar Cove Farm profile image61
    Cedar Cove Farmposted 10 years ago

    I love to go for walks in the woods, but we get very little snow here.  However, it does get cold enough to get by the fire with a good book.

  15. marymac47 profile image60
    marymac47posted 10 years ago

    In the daytime, make sure there is something good and hot on the stove to be eaten later then Outside! to enjoy the cold, the icy fresh air,make a snowman, have a snowball fight!, be a snow angel and make snow ice cream!
    In the night, some good, hot soup or chili, a good movie, a nice fire, curled up on the couch with your bestest friend(spouse, sigificant other, dog, cat, kids, etc.)
    Just enjoy!

  16. pegasus525 profile image36
    pegasus525posted 10 years ago

    for me , a warm bed under many blankets.

  17. craftybegonia profile image60
    craftybegoniaposted 10 years ago

    In front of a toasty fireplace reading an excellent book.

  18. suncat profile image60
    suncatposted 10 years ago


    When it's winter, when it's cold
    Reach for a pretty ice cube mold.
    Melt some chocolate, add nuts,
    Fill the mold; make lots and lots...
    Call your neighbors, call your friends,
    Put some candles in room's ends,
    Add some blankets, tea and plates
    Cheese, some smiles, songs and let's...warm up smile

  19. medicfrogs profile image69
    medicfrogsposted 10 years ago

    In sunny Arizona! Where a cold winter's day can be shunned by a short-sleeved tee, and a cold winter's night would only require a hoody on top of that.

  20. sheen khan profile image39
    sheen khanposted 10 years ago

    i love WInter whether day or night whatever u do  pleasant,cool and romantic Season is th winter season .

  21. Mr Tindle profile image73
    Mr Tindleposted 10 years ago

    I would say reading good book or watching a classic movie inside with a strong heater or warm fire going.

  22. prasannastudies profile image60
    prasannastudiesposted 10 years ago

    please take a mug of rum or vodaka.... this is the ultimate way for spending cold time...

  23. Rusty C. Adore profile image86
    Rusty C. Adoreposted 10 years ago

    Making a nice "stick to your ribs" style dinner! Then watching a movie or TV show while drinking hot cocoa with lots of marshmallows!

  24. mastershops profile image60
    mastershopsposted 10 years ago

    I like to stay in with hot chocolate and watch movies. I like being snowed in for a day or two. After that cabin fever starts to set in!


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