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Hibernate? I Wish

By: Donna Chaffins | Date: February 18, 2012 | Categories: Memes, Random Thoughts and Conversations, Writing Prompts



 

I loved this writing prompt from Mama Kat's — Close your eyes, open a dictionary, and point to a word. Does your word mean anything special to you? Well, I must say… Yes! The word I pointed to was "hibernate".

Hibernate Feb18 Hibernate? I Wish

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According to the Webster's Dictionary for Students, Hi-ber-nate vb, means, to pass all or part of the winter in an inactive state in which the body temperature drops and breathing slows. Most Winters, this is exactly how I feel. I just want to stay in till Winter is over.

Ah, but this Winter has been more like Spring. We've had a few cold (not bitterly cold, mind ya) days, but it's been a very mild Winter. So I've not felt the urge to hibernate. But Winter's not over yet.

Hibernating is just wishful thinking though, who has time to hibernate? Not me.


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5 Responses to Hibernate? I Wish

  1. Kenda Smith says:

    Sometimes I feel like I’m hibernating while I’m awake…is that possible? Those days are harsh! lol

  2. Laurie says:

    I wish that was an option sometimes, especially now with this horrible cold I have.

  3. Oh that is so me. I love to stay in and not go out in the winter Brrr too cold for me luv the pic

  4. I wish! Just for a few hours?

  5. hibernate -is nice in theory, but I don’t think I could do it! :)

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