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The first snow we had this Fall was on November 2. It came down thick and heavy, though it melted away quickly in the next day or two. Each year as I see the first snowfall of the season, I stare in wonder, perhaps due to the transformative nature of it. This day was like being inside a snow globe. Snow is my mental connection---more so than rain or sunlight---to eons past, to times in which early humans huddled in cave shelters around fires to stay warm.They felt similar flakes on their cheeks and eyelashes. Perhaps their children stood with faces upward to catch snow flakes on their tongues, just as modern children do.
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