What Should You Do With Snow?

woman skiing in snow

Do you like snow? I love snow, at least in theory. Snow is the number one thing I miss most about living in a colder place. (The thing I miss least happens to be the cold, so I have quite a dilemma.) I love that magical feeling of the first snow of the season. Each year, it’s one of the top moments of my life.

I grew up in a pretty snowy place, so I’m well acquainted with the pleasures of snow. I like to ski (too klutzy to snowboard) and to go sledding (with a soft landing). I used to build epic snow forts as a kid, and I like a good snowball fight, as long as no one puts rocks in the snowballs!

However, the absolute number one thing I like about snow is being snowed in – especially if I don’t have anywhere to go. I love the cozy feeling of being under a blanket of snow, and I even don’t mind if I can’t get out the front door in the worst of storms. I brew up some tea, do a little old fashioned Scandinavian baking, and get out my favorite books and DVDs. A snowed in party is my kind of party, even if I’m all by myself 🙂

What about you? Are you a fan of snow? Take my latest quiz to see what sort of snow activity would best suit you: What Should You Do With Snow? Let me know what you get on this quiz and what you think of your result.

Discussion questions: What is your favorite thing about snow (assuming that you like it!)? Have you gotten any snow yet this year?

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What do you think?

6 thoughts on “What Should You Do With Snow?

  1. Josh

    You Should Experience It (I’m not really engaged with the world)

    Just the way it looks when it has piled up a few inches (I wish I hadn’t lost the cable to my digital camera)

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  2. Melissa Russell

    I like snow. I’d like to get some better snow than I do here where I live. We got a pretty good snow around Christmas not too many years ago. I’ve been skiing and I liked that. I like the soft sound and the crunchy sound and pretty much just the clean, bright look of it.

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    1. kari Post author

      I was wondering if you got snow in your neck of the woods! I’ve only seen it once in almost seven years in my little part of Texas. I’d like a bit more… just a little 🙂

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