Short Story of the Day, Flash Fiction, ‘Snow’ by Jason Jackson

“Well, I know now. I know a little more how much a simple thing like a snowfall can mean to a person”
― Sylvia Plath, The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath

Lee and his snowmen, February 29, 2000

From my blog (I called it an “Online Journal” then), The Daily Epiphany, Tuesday, February 29, 2000

Tiny Snowmen

We had a bit of an ice storm a couple weeks ago. Although pitiful by northern standards, Lee, having lived in global-warming ravaged north-Texas all his life, was very proud of his two tiny snowmen. We keep small carrots in the house for salads and to feed the crickets that we feed to the toad – also good for snow-noses. No lumps of coal for eyes.

Even though he semi-hid them around the side of the house, the big kids found them that night and kicked them down.

And a piece of flash fiction for today:

Snow’ by Jason Jackson

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