PL Drabble, Carrols
There's something magical about snow. Scientifically speaking, it is simply the freezing of water molecules in the sky. They gain weight and begin to drift down from the sky to our realm of existence. It's simple as that, and yet it does something to everyone all around.
It is a truth that I have discovered in my years. Every person has their own feelings about snow. The very sight of the substance is enough to bring forth countless emotions. A strange phenomenon, but it is one of the simple truths of nature.
Speaking in a Scientific perspective, I know examples are in order. At times I have noticed the most extreme examples of this unexplainable property. I was once having tea with a fairly aged madam. The years she's has spent, living and breathing on this Earth, have given her an air of calm warmth. It was that time of year, where all waited with held breaths and awaited the sight of white particles to descend from the skies. When they finally did though, I was first to