The first snowfall of the year had finally arrived one late November night, blanketing the small cabin and surrounding forest with fresh, powdery snow. The wind howled through the leafless trees, often relieving the weighed down branches of their snowy burden. The smooth and unblemished snow coated everything, leaving the road to the cabin indistinguishable from the surrounding terrain.
Tiffany pulled into Jennifer’s driveway. The first snow of the year had fallen the day before. The sun shone brightly off the snow and ice. Jennifer put on a pair of sunglasses and climbed into Tiffany’s SUV.
Back inside, families gather by the window watching the crystals mark their territory in the front lawn. Snowmen the children made get dusted with a fresh coat atop of their hats, and lights begin to shine and glow so bright that it makes the snow glint like miniature diamonds. Soon the night begins to end and the people head off to their room to rest for the night. Tiny feet scamper out of their room to watch the final flakes fall just as they land their heads on their
In Binghamton, New York a Mother and five children. Who have never had a snowstorm resulting in more than a couple of inches of snow, that only last a couple of hours they got a snow storm first cancelling school for two days, then again cancelling school. However, the mother was not used to having the kid’s home all the time. She has her own life she was leading when the kids were away. After the fifth day of not having school the mother snapped, telling her kids to “Get the hell out of my house!” (Faigley 72) The kids refused as it was their home also, but the mother pushed them out of the home leaving them in the harsh cold of the newly landed snow. At first, the kids went ahead and went where all the other kids were to play, but after a while, the kids headed home to find the house was still locked, they knocked but got no answer. They went to the window to see their mother drinking, and watching T.V. She usually did not start drinking until after five, however over the past couple of days she was making an exception. She acted as if drinking after a cup of coffee did not count as drinking. The kids yelled, “Open the door. It is us! ” (Faigley 72) without even looking at her kids through the window, she poured herself another glass of wine. Gretchen Suggested that they call their father, who himself goes to work to get away from their mother. The kids did not even know his number; let alone what he could do to help them anyway. Between their mother's mood and the
It was December and the day was cold. The wind blew rapidly and incoherently as the village folk worked on the crops and attend to their many cattle. Then, something started falling from the sky...it was snowing. Normally this isn’t a big deal,
Matt stared through the window, thrilled at the thought of what he would do that day.He immediantly grabbed his phone and texted Tommy, "Did you see the snow outside yet!?", Then waited.He soon got a text back saying, "Yeah, hurry and get ready, I'll meet you at Ripping Hill",Matt put his phone back, got dressed in almost three layers, and ran into Anna's room to wake her up.He tuned the light on, jumped onto her bed and bounced until she was awaken.
After that experience, Autumn came or rather a very cold Autumn came which involved snow. However the snow most likely melted when Mrs. Maudie’s house was engulfed in flames. However, she did not seem upset but very optimistic. This was sadly not the only bad news
When a heavy snowstorm sweeps across the North Pole, everyone starts to worry. Will Christmas be canceled, or will Rayne Emily Deer’s dream finally come
She was eight years old, and it barely began getting crispy outside. Winter was right around the corner. She loved winter, the cold weather always made her all lubricous. Her favorite part of winter was eating cold food and wrapping herself around him while he was cold. She always thought cold items and food were the best in cold weather and having the air in front of her while it was cold just made it so fun. Unfortunately she wasn’t enjoying this upcoming winter without him.
Of course, she had been outside before. But the last time she had touched snow was when she was nine years old. Morgan turned the thermostat down as far as it could go and filled it with
Chelsea huffed as she wrapped her arms around herself. Stupid snow. Stupid monsters. Stupid everything. The day had started out as usual. Well as usual as it got. She had woken up only to find Sammy asleep against a tree. He had taken first watch and apparently decided not to wake her up for her own turn. He must've stayed up all night.
We thanked her and pulled on our coats and mittens. I grabbed my white chocolate mocha before heading out into the thick snow. Karina and Alan argued over who was going to drive through the storm on the way home and eventually Alan conceded. As he scraped snow off the car, Karina jokingly warned me that it was going to be a rough trip home. I figured she was just exaggerating since she loved to make fun of Alan. Then, Alan hopped in and insisted Karina played Christmas music.
The country and continent Australia is a cluster of incredible beauties whether they are the natural ones like as the snowy mountains of new south wales popularly known as ‘The Snowies’, The Coober Peddy which is famous as the ’Opal Capital of the World’, The Great Barrier Reef etc. and along with these the man made wonders such as Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbor Bridge, Royal Botanic Gardens, Royal Exhibition Buildings, Shrine of Remembrance etc.
I chose to read the novel “Snow” by Orhan Pamuk for my book report. The novel “Snow” is about a poet named Ka who is a political exile living in Germany. Ka travels to Istanbul to attend his mother’s funeral and is asked by a friend at a local newspaper to travel to the town of Kars to write about the municipal elections and a string of suicides being committed by Islamist women who are being forced to take off their headscarves at school. Ka has been experiencing writers block while living in Germany. Upon his return to Kars, poems begin to start coming to him. Throughout the novel, Ka has poems come to him after a significant event occurs or when something inspires him. Ka ends up writing 19 poems during his stay in Kars. When the