Slice of Life/Day in a Sentence: Snow Squall Companion

(The Slice of Life Challenge in March is hosted by Two Writing Teachers as way to encourage teachers-as-writers. You can join in, if you want. There is also a monthly call for Slices on Tuesdays. You can write then, too)

Look through window to the left — blue clouds and sun — and through the window to the right — blue clouds and sun — but straight ahead, the car’s windshield is obscured, being pelted by an isolated snow squall seemingly following you straight down the highway at 60 miles per hour.

Peace (it’s happened),

  1. I was there too! It was some crazy weather day with sunshine then snow and then wind! Your sentence captures that phenomenon with ease

  2. Our version here at home: look out the front window–it’s sunny. Look out the back–raining in the backyard. That has happened more than once!

    I hope you got home safely.

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