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Roses guide to Surviving Winter in the North Country


1. Own at lest 10 wool sweaters.

2. Drink inconceivable amounts of tea.

3. Go out side at lest once a day (I know you don’t want to but it will make you feel better).

4. Flannel sheets need I say more?

5.patatos

6.House concert. Have a local band play at your house and invite your friends, Its a great way to beat the winter blues.

7. Lip balm.

8. Audio books.

9. Horrible vintage craft books! You can get them at virtually every thrift store in America, Who knows you could teach your self to tat or bring back macramé….

10. Netflix

11. Eat lots of soup.

12. Buy a snow suit (sledding is no fun unless your dressed right)

13. Start planing your garden with beautiful seed catalogues.

14. Eat lots of clementines.

15.Vitamin D supplements (to make up for lack of sunlight that can cause with winter depression.)

16. Hot bathes.

17.Start a weekly craft night with friends, Have someone be in charge of making snacks.

18. Read blogs.

19. Start an epic craft project. have you always wanted to sew a patchwork quilt or make a hooked rug?

20.Write letters “Snail mail is love in action” ~Rick Beerhorst.

21. Bake Cookies (DUH)

22. Know that every season passes.

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About rosebeerhorst

My name is Rose Beerhorst I'm 20, I love working with my hands whether that means crafting, gardening, or cooking. I've always dreamed a little too big for my own good!

14 responses »

  1. Woo! We seem to have read the same “How to Survive Winter” book! 😉

    The vintage pattern part reminds me: I just ordered a vintage crewel kit off of Ebay. It’s this totally awesome image that my grandmother used to have framed on her wall, called “In Disgrace” (by Bessie Pease Gutmann). I’ve never done needlework before, so hopefully this will be a great way to learn (not to mention keep the winter blues at bay!).

    By the way, I would love to send you a letter! Wanna be penpals?

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  2. I do fourteen of those twenty-two things you listed! Wish I got outside more : D

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  3. p.s. is #17 in action right now? haven’t heard of anything going on.

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    • Um not really… But I’ve been meaning to start it up again! I’ll try and get one going next week and your pre invited (:

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      • that sounds like a good idea.
        i know sarah hosts open studio wednesday nights @ the
        calving gallery, but i go to the gallery thursday nights and
        would really prefer to craft in someone’s home. and your
        home is especially homey (and close by too!) so it needs
        to be at your house. :]

  4. Wonderful! I love it! What a great reminder of good things.

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  5. rose you are totally inspiring even accross the world where we are pretty hot at this time of year. life is about the simple things thanks for reminding of us what is real…happy season

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  6. awesome.

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  7. love your list. thank you.

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  8. Thanks for the list I totally agree with you and with the 4 degrees that is today it’s really usefull. Can I write you to?

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  10. you’re darling! i just stumbled across your blog today. i’m enjoying all your posts. laughing, feeling weepy, feeling inspired, feeling feeling. thank you for sharing.

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