Would you rather have snow on Christmas or no snow at all?
Snow Sno Snow, if there were no snow I would have to explain to my children how the reindeer find our home all over again.
I always wish for snow on Christmas...but I am pretty impartial because if it were up to me it would snow all year round in PA!! I love the winter and hate the summer. I would rather be cold and try to get warmer than be hot and try to get cooler. My kids say I'm a bad mom in the summer because I don't like to go out in the heat. But in the winter I will go out with them all the time, especially to play in the snow. Even the time it takes to get ready in the winter to go out doesn't put a damper on how much I love the winter, the cold, and the snow!!!!!!!!!
My vote is YES for snow for Christmas!
I live in Michigan and we are just about guaranteed a white Christmas every year. We have had a couple of green Christmas's in my lifetime, but the majority are white.
If I had it my way though, it would snow Christmas Eve and all be melted by December 26th!
Despite the fact that I live in a state with four seasons, I still hate winter and snow. I will never leave Michigan though, because the family that means the most to me all live very close by.
I would most definitely like snow on Christmas. I'm dreaming of a white Christmas...
Have a nice day,
Seeing I am from Canada we love the snow!! Who doesn't like snow? Personally I enjoy snow and winter activites a lot.
After the past 2 weeks I would say 'NO thank you' we have endured 18 inches of snow and ice causing disruption ,accidents and hardship to the elderly.
Snow is pretty and children associate it with Santa and Christmas..my own did!! But on a personal level I dislike it intensly ...
I love snow but only when I am not driving on it,especially if it's icy.
I love Snow, December and Christmas. My answer is Snow in Chicago, I am use to it.
I would love snow, but I doubt that we will get any snow here in Texas! I have lived in Alaska, Canada and Europe for a few years and I loved the snow.
I want it both ways, no snow on the roads and plenty of snow on the hills to sled
Snow is nice at Christmas to a degree and lends itself more tot the season than a balmy 80 degree day of sunshine. But many have to travel to see relatives and celebrate the holidays thus snow and ice can be not only an impediment but a potential danger for them while traveling. So, in the end, it depends on the situation. But, if I am staying home, I would not mind a bit of snow for Christmas Day. WB
It has been a long time since the last time I had a white christmas. I think about 35 years ago. I always wish for it, but where I live it is pretty unlikely.
Of course I would want snow! The more snow the better. Christmas without snow are not true Christmas.
I NEED snow to get in the right Christmas mood.
No snow = no Christmas
Speaking from someone who spent five years in Florida and hated every Christmas because it just didn't feel like Christmas. I say let it snow, let it snow, let it snooooow.
Snow, please! A moderate amount - still safe for travel - but a blanket of beautiful while snow can't be beat on Christmas morning.
by Joan Whetzel 7 years ago
Do you live in a place where it snows? Do you get White Christmas's?
by Jonas 7 years ago
Is it important with a white christmas?
by Lisa Brown 2 years ago
Would you go horseback riding in the snow, or would you rather go on a beach?
by KRC 10 years ago
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by Madison Miller 9 years ago
Are you dreaming of a White Christmas?
by Michael Willis 7 years ago
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