SNOW , used as a noun it is atmospheric water vapor frozen into ice crystals and falls in light white flakes or is lying on the ground as a white layer (that continues to get higher). When used as verb reference this past THURSDAY, SNOW FALLS AND FALLS AND FALLS.
Chionophobia is what I feel for the beautiful white snow that has fallen and attached itself to the trees, my driveway, car, home, eyes and hair! Chionophobia originates from Greek chion meaning extreme dislike, aversion and dread. My dear friend Jeff Cohen may agree with me-?
Being single and the only go to person in my household the job of shoveling snow is all mine. I looked over my shoulder at my dog Nomi snuggled together with her bunny rabbit brothers and sisters looking cozy and warm, as questions were going through my mind. What is wrong with this picture? Why didn’t I have kids? This would be a good time to have a husband. Maybe it’s time to look for one! Reality set in fast, I picked up my trusty snow shovel and enter the winter cold.
It was NOT fun in the least but I am sure you are happy my outburst is over.
Do you like, love or dislike snow?