Narrative Essay: The Coldest Day Of Christmas

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It was the coldest day of her life, both physically and emotionally. It was during the winter and Christmas was nearing once again. It didn 't feel like Christmas however, it had yet to snow a single inch and the temperature had yet to drop below 60 degrees. Mino had come to expect this though as everybody was talking about how this would be the year where they 'd get an "empty Christmas”. Mino viewed the snow like she viewed many things, things that just come with events. She didn 't particularly like the snow or hate it either, she just always pictured it as something that came along with Christmas. At the same time however, she couldn 't help but feel sad that it most likely wasn 't gonna show up this year. But as she was questioning her feelings about the petty subject of snow in her mind, something fell on the window she was looking out of. Before she knew it, snow began to fall faster than she had ever seen before. Mino became extremely confused because the time between her wondering if it would snow this year or not and it beginning to was something only a psychic could do. For a second she thought she really was psychic, but quickly realized it was just another childish thought she had after attempting, and failing, to stop it from snowing. Either way though she was happy. It had finally started snowing and that meant it wouldn 't be a snow less Christmas like so many people told her it 'd be. So she got a pair of mittens and a scarf, told her parents she was

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