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.

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

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