The worry that sat at the bottom of my stomach shouldn’t have been lessened by the snow.
Read: In praise of snowI talked with a lot of people about snow days in the past couple of weeks, while fruitlessly waiting for one in New York City, where I live.
The year after that snow day in college, a friend of mine and I started using the term snow day to evoke a particular emotional state or type of experience.
A snow day is a big mood, something larger and stranger than the sum of its parts.
For many adults, snow days are steeped in childhood nostalgia.

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