Caught in a winter storm
While I was kneeling on the soft olive green deer skin couch, I prudently heaved the burgundy roman style curtain, and peeked out at the window. The flurry of snow was falling from the heavy murky sky, and I was astonished by the horrible weather. A chilly feeling came straight up, and it was like the wind was blowing toward me.
"The national weather service has issued a winter storm warning for all parts of New York, the anticipated winter storm has arrived today. There's going to be a huge amount of snow and rain coming down. The harmful snow might cause hazardous damage. This snow storm could possibly last 2 to 3 days. Please be prepared to stay in your house, and do not go on the road just for your personal safety." While the weather forecast just finished reporting about the winter storm, I lowered down the radio volume. I leaned back a bit in my chair, with my eyes half-closed looking out at the window. The sky wasn't showing pure cerulean bliss as it usually had. It looked like the sky was a steel gray with the clouds hanging so low, and one felt as if one could touch them. The ominous, dark clouds also blocked all of the gorgeous sunlight. "The weather is not so well, and this entire week they have been reporting about it. Maybe this time the snow might really be very serious," my mother said. If I didn't have an appointment to meet my new piano teacher for the first time, I would definitely spend my time taking naps at home instead.
Coming out from my teacher's house, I felt something cold and soft slip through my finger. Suddenly, I looked up, and my eyes went wide open and stared at the white fuzzy sky. "It's snowing! It's snowing!" I bellowed vivaciously. The slight snowflakes fluttered down from the sky, tickled the end of my nose and tempted me to stick out my tongue and have a taste. I ambled around with a big beaming smile on my face. No matter how many times it has snowed in New York, I'm always elated at the...