|Reviewed by Randall Barfield
|We ALL remember it!!! I'm sure I do. I drove in it as well. You've described it and analysed it wonderfully here. Cheers|
|Reviewed by Aubrey Hammack
|This wasn't February 9, 1973 was it?|
|Reviewed by Walt Hardester
|I remember this....It was beautiful.
|Reviewed by Felix Perry
|Sometimes there is magic in the Christmas air and when it touches us it is truly amazing. I think we all have a special Christmas miracle or two that we hold dear.
|Reviewed by Pierre Ortega
|It's allways such a pleasure to be eyewitness to Nature's spontaneity
and unparelleled beauty. Beautiful and brilliant, you crafted this
like a fine painting....
|Reviewed by Larry Lounsbury
|You really created a Christmas beauty with Gods creative canvas. Enjoyed|
|Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan
|I lived in milledgeville for a bit-it snowed once and the town stood still-I love the way you portrayed your delight!|
|Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader)
|What a trip, and what a story you put together to explain it all . . . Wonderful, wholseome fare all the way around . . .|
|Reviewed by Barbara Smith
|Susan, a magnificent canvas you've painted with beautiful images of a winters storm at its height. There are so many interesting scenes for a reader to dwell upon & to enjoy and never to tire of reading. Your voice is soft and showing all the beauty along the way. I'd say this is a winner.|
|Reviewed by George Carroll
|Beautiful imagery portrayed in this poem|
|Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado
|I love snow, but we don't get it much here in Texas. I miss it! Very well penned, Susan; and I love the graphic! Pretty!
Will be back soon; membership ran out; plan on being back within a week or so. I can review or answer messages, but no posts until membership renewed. Not to worry; someone is already taking care of it! :)
(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :D
|Reviewed by Ted Bossis
|What a phenomenon indeed ...All that which comes down from above~Evol <*>Ted|
|Reviewed by Ronald Hull
|A rare occurrence in Dixie, but one that left a lasting memory. I remember a four-day honeymoon in northern Wisconsin. It snowed every day but the roads stayed open. A winter wonderland every turn. Especially the madeleine islands looking like white mushrooms floating on the deep blue Lake superior waters.|
|Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner
|Snowfalls can be spectacular, especially in places that normally don't have snow. Like Texas. Like Galveston, a year (two?) ago--they were making snowmen on the beach! 'Round here, all we usually get is ice. Or flurries. Actual SNOW is rare. Still and all, you bring to mind many snowfalls of my youth in Ohio...thanks for the memories. Beautiful, Susan, image and write.
(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.