Sherry Sah / youthjournalism.org
A parked car is buried in snow in a driveway while more snow falls on Saturday in Manchester, Connecticut.
By Sherry Sah
a Saturday afternoon and the first thing I see is snow. I shake my
head and think great. It has been snowing on and off since Thursday for
the past three days.
that happens, everything is ruined. Cars won’t start and the roads are frozen
over with ice. This means delays. Jobs, stores, and even schools are closed.
Ever since then, I have been trapped in my
home. I haven’t even looked inside my school bag to start or check my homework.
because that meant I couldn’t go out and all my plans were going to be
cancelled. My weekend would be all messed up due to this bipolar weather.
with boredom, my little brother came and sat next to me. He told me he was sick
of being stuck in this tiresome house.
can we do to turn this negative situation into something positive?
life gives you lemons, turn them around and make sweet lemonade.”
our own fun. He gave me a look and explained to me that I was crazy because it
was too cold and we were supposed to get three to six inches of snow.
whole day and do nothing or do something fun?”
changing into our snow gear.
down the hill and started chasing one another. We began throwing snowballs at
each other and laughing with joy.
made snow angels.
is the life.
happy to hang out with my brother.