I live in a part of the United States where we seldom get snow. So on our visit to the northeast part of the US, I was hoping to see some snow. So far all we’ve had is some cold rain and a little sleet. If I have to endure the cold, I say, “Let there be snow!”
Last year when we traveled back east for Christmas, they had a big snowfall, and I had a super time sledding and building a snowman with my granddaughters.
Maybe all I’ll see is paper snowflakes, since today is Make Cut-Out Snowflakes Day. Here are some snowflakes my granddaughters and I have created.
In my upcoming book, Hometown Hero, the fifth book in my Kellersburg series, the hero and heroine have to contend with snow several times. During the town Christmas tree-lighting ceremony, the heroine teaches some youngsters the techniques for catching snowflakes on your tongue. They are also traveling cross-country on their dog giveaway tour, and their travel plans are changed because of a snowstorm. Be sure to look for the book, releasing on January 5, 2022.
Do you like snow? If you do, what is your favorite thing to do when it snows?
I will give away a copy of the first book in my Kellersburg series, Hometown Promise, to one person who leaves a comment. I will draw the winning name on December 28, 2021 at 9PM MST.
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