Anakana Schofield – Award Winning Author of Bina, Martin John and Malarky

We have had the slowest snow I’ve ever seen today. I haven’t seen a great deal of snow in my lifetime, so perhaps slow snow is a common tumbling pattern. It’s so fine and intermittent — it almost does a shuffle rather than descends, like it cannot quite figure if it  wishes to fall or even be snow at all. Lovely, indecisive weather action.


There’s nothing indecisive about the ongoing cold however, it grabs you round the garter !

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