I love a white Christmas. Actually from Thanksgiving to mid-January, I really welcome the snow. But after that, I'd wish it would go away. Of course, living in Chicago, that's just wishful thinking at it's most wishful!
Not this year! I had quite an experience last year that has made me decide that no snow on Christmas might actually be okay with me. I do think it is beautiful though, and this is actually the first year I don't want a white Christmas! I actually wrote a hub about my experience last year:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Not-Dreaming-of … -Christmas
I love the snow and frost ~ my problem with this weather is the danger aspect: people slipping and falling; road accidents; the elderly dying of hypothermia, etc. The weather itself is great ~ it's the side effects of it that are worrying
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