#ThrowbackThursday: Snow Day

Being the new kid in school is never easy. Add a dash of freezing cold weather and your first day at a new school just sucks. Heres a day from my early days in Niagara Falls. 

Snow Day

It was only a few miles from our gloomy old house on Ryerson Crescent to our familys new split level across town in Cherrywood Acres but it could just as easily have been light years away. It was a whole different world out there in the barely built development where the cherry orchards used to be, everything bright and shiny and newer than new. 

We moved to the new neighborhood in the middle of fifth grade, in the middle of winter. I hated Niagara Falls in the winter, when sometimes it got so cold that the falls actually froze, the water turned into ice sculptures as it churned over the bank of the Niagara River. The cold, the snow, the ice and the hockey, I hated it all. But there was no escape.

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Image credit: DailyMail.co.uk


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