Winter quotes page 2
Our natural tendency in the middle of winter is to avoid the
elements as much as possible.
When the weather turns frigid, we retreat inside for survival and wait for it to warm up or for
the season to change. In a winter marriage, there may be a similar tendency to "avoid the
elements." Spouses may withdraw within themselves, hunkering down and trying to ride out
the cold season, hoping for spring but not taking any positive steps to move their marriage
toward spring. However, unlike the natural seasons, the seasons of a marriage do not
typically change without some positive action - unless it's a change from bad to worse.
From snow whether cooked or pounded you will get nothing but
Chuck Norris can build a snowman out of rain.
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Spring passes and one remembers one's innocence.
Summer passes and one remembers one's exuberance.
Autumn passes and one remembers one's reverence.
Winter passes and one remembers one's perseverance.
Nature is full of genius, full of the
divinity; so that not a snowflake escapes its fashioning
Nature has no mercy at all. Nature says, "I'm going to snow. If you
have on a bikini and no
snowshoes, that's tough. I am going to snow anyway."
Some kids piss their names in the snow. Chuck Norris can piss his
name in concrete.
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How do the men who drive the snowplough get to work in the
Men have higher body temperatures than women. If
your heating goes out in winter, I
recommend sleeping next to a man. Men are like portable heaters that snore.
No snowflake in an avalanche ever feels
How many of us are able to distinguish between the
odors of noon and midnight, or of winter
and summer, or of a windy spell and a still one? If man is so generally less happy in the cities
than in the country, it is because all these variations and nuances of sight and smell and
sound are less clearly marked and lost in the general monotony of gray walls and cement
We cling to our own point of
view, as though everything depended on it. Yet our opinions
have no permanence; like autumn and winter, they gradually pass away.
The leaves fall, the wind
blows, and the farm country slowly changes from the summer
cottons into its winter wools.