How would you describe your first snowfall?

How would you describe your first snowfall?

Crystal flakes form in space before floating down from cloudy skies. Soon blankets of white coat sidewalks like icing and frosty corners freeze in shady yards by the shed. Scarves twist tightly around necks, noses sniffle and turn red, and everyone walks the streets with wide eyes and snowy lashes.

What do you feel about snow?

Snow, the Huffington Post says, gives off “relaxing vibes,” and “even in our most stressful moments, a fresh snowfall maintains an almost supernatural power to calm us down — mind, body and soul.”

What should I Caption snow photos?

Cute Winter Instagram Captions

  • Cold hands, warm heart.
  • When life gives you snow, make snowballs.
  • Happiness is the first tracks on fresh snow.
  • Brrring on the snow.
  • Say freeze!
  • If kisses were snowflakes, I’d send you a blizzard.
  • You’re never too old to make snow angels.
  • Hibernation mode: Activated.

Why is snow beautiful?

Snow is just SO beautiful: it covers everything like a fluffy white blanket and makes for a picturesque panorama. Snow is also better than rain because you won’t get as soaked, and you can actually do activities in it, like skiing or throwing snowballs.

Why do we love snow?

Snow is Water Science suggests moving water produces negative ions and negative ions produce positive vibes. This is one (of many) reasons ripping through pristine powder or frolicking in a pile of snow feels awesome (and makes après taste that much better). Yay Science!

How do you prepare for snow the first time?

Wear warm clothing including a hat, scarf, coat, gloves, socks, and close-toed, water-resistant shoes. Polarized sunglasses and sunblock are still important even though it is cold outside. The sun can still harm us during the daytime because the snow reflects UV light making it brighter outside.

Why do I feel happy when snowing?

It links us to childhood memories. Many of us have happy childhood memories of playing in the snow, so when we see those fat, fluffy flakes twirling from the sky, these memories kick in and we feel happy.”