Winter days & nights are around us, as we walk towards to Spring.
Meanwhile, let's enjoy the best of cold days and be creative in our looks, hobbies & to do stuff.
And by the way, where it comes from? So funny, I live you here the origins of this!
Have fun this season, dear friends!
The word winter comes from an old Germanic word that means "time of water" and refers to the rain and snow - as well as low temperatures - of the season in middle and high latitudes. In the Northern Hemisphere, it is commonly regarded as extending from the winter solstice (the year's shortest day), December 21 or 22, to the vernal equinox, the start of Spring.
The word winter came into English c 888.
Lot's of luv,