Actual Snowflake Photograph
I have observed that many people share elaborate and exotic recipes on their blogs. If you are looking for those here, you are sadly out of luck. I will only share recipes that contain 5 or less ingredients and take 5 or less minutes.
RECIPE FOR FUN
1. Scoops of Freshly Fallen Snow (Make the kids get it. They love it and you don't get cold. Plus they appreciate it more when they have labored with their own hands)
2. Jello Mix (any flavor, all flavors, whatever. Go crazy)
3. Eat quickly (if it does melt, don't worry. It is still tasty. Just slurp it up.)
4. Check out your neighbors tongue!
ON A MORE SERIOUS NOTE
The chillen and I were conversing about the wonder that is snow. We have this children's book about W.A. Bentley, the man that first took photographs of individual flakes of snow. It is called "Snowflake Bentley" by Jacqueline Briggs Martin and I think it is a wonderful story of persistance, patience, and the easily overlooked tiny miracles all around us.