Tag Archives: Winter

Bring Up Seasons – What can we tell about these four

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No matter what life throws at you, there will always be things that will keep constant throughout your existence. The cycle of seasons is one of them, allowing for a perpetual ordered rotation between Spring, Summer, Autumn (Fall), and Winter. Each season seems to bring its specific load of unique characteristics. One of the most well-known characteristics is the temperature change that accompanies each season, with heat associated mainly with Summer and cold with Winter. Although there exist many more, few of us can describe each of them. From precipitation to day length, with this article, you will be able to know each of their features. Maybe you will even come to ask yourselves if the notion of four seasons is also right. I will try my best to answer this question. Why four seasons and why not two, or eight for that matter?

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Bring Up Snow – What is that fluff coming down the sky

Mentioning Winter, for at least all Canadians, brings up a specific image in our minds, snow. The overwhelmingly white and shiny background cast over most of the ground forms the medium that will entertain us for most of the chilly months to come. Whether we love snow or not, there is absolutely no avoiding it. So, let us use this opportunity to absorb the beauty and the intricacy of snow. It is not just another form of precipitation; snow is a natural work of art. Think of snow as a beautiful painting where the canvas was specks of dust and the painter, the cold weather. From skiing to snowmen to slides, there seems to be no end in sight as to its potential. Instead of inevitably feeling annoyed by the column of snow amassing on your car, which you will now have to clear, try thinking about all the joy felt by the kid who will be playing in it. Let’s start enjoying and taking in all the moments that it brings.

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