“Granny can we go out to play in the snow?”
“No child this is not snow.”
“What do you mean?”
“I mean nouh..not real snow.”
“I don’t understand!”
“Well, I don’t understand either.”
Big words started pouring from her that didn’t make any sense to me – polar vuhrtex… global warming… new ice age….
I ran super-fast to alarm my mummy. ” It’s granny she is casting spells on us. ”
Only that made sense to me, for I had seen big words used in story books to cast spells on people and places.
I wrote this piece from the POV of a small kid who wants to enjoy the snow. Although it has snowed in the month of July, it doesn’t make any difference to her.
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Today’s photo is a contribution from Dee Lovering.
Thanks to Rochelle, a kind host, and Dee for sharing the photo with us. I would also like to thank my readers for visiting, reading and sharing their views.