A lesson in “Winter”

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“Hi, son, was there something you wanted to tell us?”

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Yes, Mom, I think I understand now…..

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“Winter” means that this freezing white stuff called snow falls from the sky.

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But all our grass is still green and never dies….. Um, how does that work exactly?

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“I wish I knew, son, I wish I knew.”

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Hello! My name is Heidi. I went to college and got a couple degrees. Then I worked as a Speech-language Pathologist for two years until Bubbers came along. While I loved my job and working with kids, I love my job as a mom best. I started a blog because I love to write. I’ve written stories my whole life. Deep down inside my heart, I secretly dream to be published in paper someday. Until then, I’m publishing for y’all and hope you enjoy it! Here are a few of my latest posts...

5 thoughts on “A lesson in “Winter”

  1. Hey Heidi! We have green grass in the Midwest also. It makes the winter a little more bearable to see that not everything is dead. Today it was -2 when we drove to church with a windchill of -23…I miss Arizona!

  2. Lynne: Yes, isn’t that crazy? I grew up in Nevada where everything went absolutely dead and brown in the winter–so it always makes me laugh when everything’s still green despite the snow. Very strange!
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    Shanda: It’s green in Indiana, too?? With all those low temperatures and snow? That’s surprising!

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