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I accompanied a student to an appointment in a basement office a few blocks from the Res Hall. I accidentally left my purse in the office and had to wait for another 20 minutes for the room to open up for me to get my purse out.

We climbed the stairs and when we opened the door, it was like walking into a fairyland in a movie. Suddenly everything was covered in snow and huge flakes were falling. We weren’t in the building for more than an hour and we walked into a winter wonderland. The flakes are huge and wet, perfect for making snowmen and snowballs. It crashlanded on our eyelashes and stuck to the lampposts. People stopped to gaze into the sky and take photographs with their mobile phones. It is quite beautiful and unbelievable.

I guess I get my Snowdown even without durango.

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