Tuesday, September 21, 2010


(Master Elliot with Mr. Freeman looking COZY in the hammock he just made)

Isn't it interesting how some words, just by hearing them, makes you think or feel things?

Example: How do you feel about the word Cozy?

Everyone knows the definition, but what is the first thing you think about when you hear that word? Some people might think of hugging their grandma, sitting at a fireplace, Christmastime or something like that.

I think of Mr. Freeman simply because it's a word he uses a lot. Also because he's the number person I'd want to be "cozy" with. Only hearing him say the word "cozy" makes me want to snuggle up next to him.

For Mr. Freeman the word cozy is laying in a bed with lots of blankets with the window opened, but it HAS to be raining or at least freezing outside to have the full effect of coziness. He thinks heaven must be cozy because it's the best feeling ever.

What do you think of the word cozy? What's your favorite word? How does it make you feel?Well, I hope you all have a cozy day.

1 comment:

  1. I agree with Andrew on the blankets thing. Being cozy is being under lots of blankets when it is cold outside . . . preferably snowing . . . and you have hot chocolate and do not have to go out and drive in it. At that point it becomes the opposite of cozy! : )