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Snow Day

by Jacky Gray
Originally published by BookHippo.uk on 01/02/2018

“Yay, it's snowing!'

“Result!'

With bright eyes, they donned coats, hats and industrial-strength gloves. Giggling as their wellies crunched through virgin snow, they built their first snowman, a chubby fellow with a parsnip nose. What a day to be out of carrots.

He threw the first snowball. No casting against type there, then.

She matched him in aim, frequency and ferocity, and they were soon splattered in snow.

Time for the snow angels.

Teeth chattering, they raced home for mugs of hot chocolate.

“Do you think school will be open tomorrow?'

“Probably.'

“S’pose we’d better plan some lessons, then.'

Jacky Gray Merits

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