Wednesday Writing Prompt

Winter has a entirely different meaning here in Texas than it does in most other places. In my short 22 years of life here, I can count how many times it’s snowed on one hand, but that just makes winter, and the holidays, another unique thing about living in Texas. So, with that in mind, tell us what winter is like for you!

Write about one of the five senses (related to your winter experience):

  • The smells of winter
  • The sights of winter
  • The sounds of winter
  • The touch of winter
  • The tastes of winter

Remember, post your response in the comments section so everyone can read and enjoy it!

–Enjoy!
Ashley

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One thought on “Wednesday Writing Prompt

  1. It’s hard for me to think about winter. It’s hard to think about winter as I sit in the sun in Luxor, Egypt, where the temperature will climb into the 70s today. It’s been hard to think about winter during the last 3 years in central TX. Where we do get cold and ice, but mostly it’s sunny and mild. Mostly sunny.
    It’s hard to think about most of Europe struggling with snow and ice and temperatures around freezing. It’s hard to think about winters in England. Dark, drizzly, windy. Seldom any sun, nor even snow to vary the tedium. Which is why my English neighbor comes to Luxor every winter. And why thousands like him come to winter or to stay. For the sun, every day. Which is why I’m here, really, or partly.
    Well, nothing very creative written here. Nothing specifically about the senses. Except that the brain is a sense too. It’s all of the senses together. And, without the sun, my brain doesn’t function. Which is why it’s hard for me to think about winter.

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