Snow Much Fun!


Sitting inside watching Netflix: If you don’t like the snow, may as well just chill inside and watch Netflix, whip up some good food and binge watch your favorite TV show. “Ya, that’s usually what I do. Whatever show I am currently I’ll try and finish at least a season” Said, Senior Griffin Lane. That’s usually how the typical senior will spend their snow day. If you want to benefit yourself, instead of watching TV you can cuddle yourself up on the couch and read your favorite book.

Sledding: Obviously this is a gimme, when there’s snow, and a hill, there are endless opportunities. All you need after that is a cardboard box, or a sled. One of the best hills to go on is actually at DHS. The hill by the Tennis court is long and steep enough to be a great hill. Sledding can actually  be dangerous Just watch out for pricker bushes and the river.

Build a fire: This could be done while watching netflix. Imagine you are on a couch, watching criminal minds, and a blazing fire is in the background, not many better ways to spend your snow day. If you are unfortunate enough to lose power during one of these times, the fire will heat you and your entire house up.

Video Games: You are stuck in the house with nothing to do, what should you do? Getting a few rounds in on your favorite game is an extremely easy way to pass time. (insert looking at clock pun, need to find a way to say it) This is obviously only if you have power.

Snow Football: A classic edition of backyard football… except with snow. Games are slower pace because of the difficulty of running through the snow but that does not make it worse by any means. This is the quickest way to go from white snow to red snow. (Is this ok to write or too much?)

Do Homework: This is my least favorite thing to do whenever there is a snowday. Teachers usually will assign double the homework, which obviously means double the time and effort. If you are like me, you will leave this 9:30 PM on the day of the snow day. However, the smart thing to do is to do it the night before so you can enjoy your day.