Journal Prompt for a Snowy Day
If you are going through a divorce or have been through a divorce I have found that journaling is a helpful tool toward healing. There is so much to write about in our lives but today I thought we could go down memory lane and keep it light. Let’s share a snow day.
Are you hoping for snow this Christmas Season? I am, but here in NC, we have been in the 70s, even in December. I can dream of snowy days to come and reflect on snowy days from my past. With that in mind, let’s “Describe Our Best Snow Day Ever.”
As a child growing up in Pennsylvania, I remember that we loved our snow days. My parents would prepare for snow by putting up snow fences to place the snow drifts where they wanted them. I think this made them feel some control over the impending blizzards. My dad would also put snow chains on the car tires during the snowy season. As kids, we prepped our sleds and kept our snow attire handy, so we would be ready at any moment to build snowmen, construct snow forts and sled down the hill from our house to our Uncle Leslie and Aunt Charlotte’s house.
I remember a snow day when my daughters were still at home in my adult life. I don’t recall what year it was or how old the kids were, but I know we had a blast. The snow came down hard and heavy that snow day and seemed to go on forever. In NC, they are not the best at snow removal, so we knew school would be closed for some time.
Luckily we did not lose power during the storm. We spent our week sleeping in and playing in the snow. We hiked in the snow, threw snowballs, and built snowmen. When the cold became too bitter, we would head into the warm house, make hot chocolate, and play cards throughout the evening.
Best Snow Day Ever!
While I’m not going through a divorce, I did go through a divorce around the holidays around 2013 and it was awful. Journaling does help!