Saturday, January 9, 2010

Warm Words....

Today I'm going to think of all the words or phrases that make me feel warm when I hear them....
  • toasty
  • blanket
  • fire
  • hot sauce
  • jalapeno
  • hot cocoa
  • knee socks
  • scarf
  • mittens
  • Mexico
  • Texas
  • hot tub
  • fresh baked bread
  • cookies just out of the oven
  • camp fire
  • sun flowers
  • sunshine
  • family
  • my husband (this should have been at the top of the list)

What words or phrases make you feel warm????We could all use a little warming up....


Tara said...

Morning Deb!
I feel warmer already. Thanks!
Love the lists. Our Northern bloggy friends are going to really appreciate all your warm thoughts!
*Vanilla Latte
*fuzzy thick socks
*brown Crayola

Sue said...

Hi Deb.
Love your list of warm fuzzies, stay warm as i am just about a popsicle.

Dawn said...

How about
~ snuggle
~ stew

♥ Kathy said...

Those are all good words...I also like cozy and bundled up :)

Deb said...

Palm Tree's, Ocean Breeze and Margarita's. I'm trying to think summer.

Corner Gardener Sue said...

Hi Deb,
Our grandson is over, and taking a nap next to me. I am having trouble staying awake, but want to get some blogging it. After reading your list, and request for words that make you feel warm, the first one that popped into my head was, "Texas". LOL

Did anyone mention soup, tea, or coffee? Oh, after looking at your list again, I see you mentioned Texas.

Unknown said...

coffe/hot chocloate

Janie said...

Nice list! I'll add
Hot shower,
summer beach

Debbie said...

You Texans are so good to the rest of us. Thanks for sharing!

Chelsea said...

Yep, feeling warmer already! Great list - I love them all.


susan said...

This need to be my mantra!..Also roaring fire, hot tea, Snuggie :)

Anonymous said...

Deb, you did it again! Yay! Keep it up!
I'll add mine:
heating pad
husband's hug (and kisses to light that inner fire :)
ear muffs
my little Bella chihuahua


Tanna said...

I'm going to start thinking on things that make me feel warm!! We came home to a busted pipe last night!! Too cold for me! LOL! Keep warm, Deb!