Julie's Creative Lifestyle

Embracing Winter and a Giveaway

Friday, February 7, 2020


Hello blog friends. 

I hope you're having a good week.  

Do you feel like winter is just dragging on and on?



Well, we have been very lucky in my neck of the woods and only had a few inches of snow in November.

I took these photos a few years ago on a visit to Union Square, New York City.  It snowed that day and I was able to capture these photos.




Well, one of the ways that I like to embrace the winter is by reading a good book and a cup of hot tea.






I also enjoy going to my monthly meetups with my knitting friends.  I started making a knit cowl a month ago at our meet up.

I am happy to say that I finished knitting the cowl yesterday.



I would like to giveaway to one of you my handmade knitted cowl with a few other goodies to help embrace the winter.





EMBRACING WINTER GIVEAWAY!

This giveaway is open to US residents and you must be a follower or become a new follower of Julie's Creative Lifestyle.

To enter, all you have to do is leave me a comment telling me how you embrace winter.

THE WINNER WILL BE PICKED AND ANNOUNCED ON FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14TH.

Good luck!

P. S.  I am so thankful to all of you who have been with me for years.  You all are the best!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS CLOSED!

Click HERE to see the great parties I will be linking up to!


Julie

12 comments:

  1. It does seem like winter is dragging on!! What a nice giveaway Julie!

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  2. hi Julie, I agree, nothing like a good book and something hot to sip on! Your cowl is a nice quick project and I'm sure it keeps one nice and warm...don't enter me in the giveaway though, we rarely need things like that in the South, thankfully!!
    Jenna

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  3. Well Julie, I wish it could drag on for more here. We've just had snow a couple of days ago for the first time this year and it melted too soon. The unreasonably warm weather we've been having since November had an almost apocalyptic feel and I hated that, so more snow for me please!

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  4. What a lovely giveaway, Julie. I almost feel guilty entering since I've been the lucky recipient of one of your crochet giveaways. I love my prizes! In winter, I sit with my hot water...that's about as much embracing I can muster. I'm a summer loving gal. ;)

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  5. I embraced winter by moving to Florida, lolol (not a winter fan). :) Your cowl is nice. Have a wonderful day!

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  6. Nice giveaway Julie. I really cannot complain we have had a pretty mild winter and not a lot of snow. The worse is the days on end of no sunshine. That is the hardest for me. They are predicting early Spring so I hope that is true. Have a great weekend.
    Hugs,
    Kris

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  7. Lovely giveaway Julie. Winter has been kind of mild. Some cold days, which I just stay in and make winter soups. Also fighting the winter head cold I seem to get every year. Happy Saturday. Hugs

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  8. Yes, January was a long month in the Pacific NW, too! Love the cowl.

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  9. Well I was about to be clever and say we chase summers to avoid winter! But would you believe we're in the middle of an Aussie Summer here in Melbourne and had a massive tropical storm and now have hail damage on the car, so I sympathise! Here's to Spring arriving soon!
    Wren x

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  10. Another winter in Florida and I miss all that gleaming white in the sunshine and new snowflakes are I would dance with each snowflake when snow came again. It has been cold here so the only thing I have been missing is a real winter and hopefully someday enjoy a walk in the snow once more. Hopefully spring is just around the corner.

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  11. I really don't mind winter here in Texas, Julie! In fact for me, I actually embrace it because it's a relief from the brutal summer. What a sweet giveaway!

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  12. Hi Julie...I love winter. Kind of sad that it is just foggy and rainy...love a good, cold winter. Time for soup, and tea, and good books. I just listened to the audio version of Meet Me in Monaco and really enjoyed it. My husband and I traveled over the holidays on a cruise and one stop was in Monaco...so I loved hearing descriptions of all the places we visited!

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