Jacket: Levis via JCPenney
Comfort to me is home. I love being at home (being a hermit really) snuggled up with a blanket, a cup of coffee or tea, and a good movie or book. To my mother's dismay, I love to be curled up alone most of the time. I do get out and am social, but it's just not the same. Does anyone else feel this way?
Comfort to me is chilly days. I love that when it gets a little colder, I can wrap up in layers. I try to compete with myself on how many layers I can really pile on. From collared shirts under sweaters to jackets and scarves and tights (sometimes two pairs), socks, and boots. I think in the end I just like to be warm.
Comfort is my favorite movies and tv shows. Your favorites can feel like you're visiting old friends. I can pretty much quote line for line 500 Days of Summer and feel all the feels for Tom every time, but there's something about a tv show that I feel even more comfort revisiting. That 70s Show became my favorite show throughout high school and I watched it all the way a few episodes a night too many times, I've probably seen the whole series over 10 times now.
Comfort is coffee shops. If I do decide to vacate hermit status it's usually to go to a coffee shop. I just love that I can people watch and see everyone working on homework, discussing plans, or listening to an open mic night. At my favorite shop there are still a few baristas who have worked there since I was 16, so now they're like strangely distant friends who I have coffee shop jokes with.
Comfort to me is nature. I love just going on walks and breathing in fresh air, seeing the little changes in my favorite trails, especially as the seasons change. Even if it's just walking around my neighborhood, I just love being outdoors (when I can drag myself out there of course!)
What does comfort mean to you?