“In a hammock, a nice breeze reminds us of why we’re so in love with this life” Mehmet Murat ildan

Cosy vs Cozy

‘Cosy’ is British English and ‘Cozy’ is American English.

Both mean the same.

Cambridge Dictionary says- comfortable, pleasant, inviting or warm

Do you love relaxing in a hammock?

What about hammock camping?

Have you ever slept in a hammock?

My friend, hammocks are relaxing and the experience one gets is a pleasant one.

Its gentle rocking motion helps you to forget your worries and the body goes into relaxation mode and the nice breeze encourages you to go into a deep sleep.

If you happen to be a book lover- I promise you are in Heaven

I need not elaborate further.

Do you remember your baby days?

You may not remember, but I tell you how you felt.

As you were rocked gently in the cradle, you stopped crying, initially, you started smiling and later giggling soon you forgot yourself and entered your world in deep sleep thus allowing your parents to attend their work.

Hammock experience is no different

Hammock rocks you gently to and fro with their soft fabric helping in supporting your body to relax and soon you forget yourself.

“Happiness is watching the sky from Hammock” Unknown

Woman & Hammock

“Some woman want diamonds…Others just want a hammock, a campfire, some peace and quiet” Unknown


You will be interested to know that there is a  National Hammock Day, celebrated on 22nd July annually.

My dream

“Lying aimlessly on a hammock gives me a feeling that I am a small baby again with no chores to do…” Unknown

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This post is part of Terri’s Sunday stills- Getting Cozy photo challenge

5 thoughts on “Cozy

  1. Great that you show the idea of cozy as being comfortable! Great shot of that inviting scene! Years ago when I was teaching at a university campus, a student had strung up a hammock in the quad area between two trees on the first day of classes, The epitome of leisure!

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