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Dear Abby Asked by Dear Abby
2/2/2021

Is snow a wonder, or a nuisance?

63%
A wonder WINNER

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37%
A nuisance

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63%
A wonder

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Kelly Zabel
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Kelly Zabel

That's I think an opinion depending on where you live a majority out of the year! I love snow but I don't get to see it often given I'm in Texas, if I lived up north, I'd probably be a bit more slighted in my opinion!

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Wendy Welch
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Wendy Welch

We live in a very hot state. Snow is a nice change.

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Sweet berry girl
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Sweet berry girl

I live in Florida and haven't seen snow since I was a year old so it's a wonder to me. 🤷🏻‍♀️

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Michael Goode
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Michael Goode

Snow can be a wonder or nuisance. A light covering that makes everything whiite and clean is truly a sight. A hard, heavy snow that turns to slush and brings down power lines is a pain.

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Stephanie Sarnoff
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Stephanie Sarnoff

A wonder, because it hardly snows where I live. Its beautiful.

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Tina Bouthillier
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Tina Bouthillier

That is why I live in New England lol

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Jane
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Jane

I love the snow! In Oregon it doesn’t snow all that often and it’s so absolutely beautiful when it does.

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Holly
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Holly

I love snow & almost everything about it (except when it melts). I love to watch it fall, the sounds outdoors during/after snow has fallen, making snow cream, how serene everything seems, moonlight

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D May
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D May

I live in the desert and occasionally see it on the mountains, It's a wonder because I can see how nice it looks and never have to deal with it. Otherwise it would be a pain.

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Valerie Lantz
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Valerie Lantz

I live on the Oregon coast where it rarely snows. It's a wonder since it's rare and brief.

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Stephanie Vega
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Stephanie Vega

I love how beautiful and peaceful it is when it snows. Snow is also absolutely necessary for our water table so you get a double wonder from me.

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rover6rover
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rover6rover

Especially when freshly fallen and clinging to all the tree branches with the sun on it, snow makes the world look magical. Plus up north you can't escape it, so you gotta love it!

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Linda Jeffcoat Amick
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Linda Jeffcoat Amick

Where I live, it rarely snows, and is usually gone in a day or two, so it's a wonder.

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Bob Pickett
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Bob Pickett

In its place, mountains yes, roads no.

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Victoria Rue
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Victoria Rue

I love the snow. It's a true delight.

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37%
A nuisance

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fly on the wall
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fly on the wall

While I love snow, we live in the country and are in a warmer climate so the snow lasts only a few days then turns to terrible mud!

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Carole Shepherd
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Carole Shepherd

California girl here who moved to snow country on retiring. I did it backwards. Snow is beautiful but it's a pain: icy roads, slipping and sliding, freezing cold, Can't do outside things.......

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Robert Davidson
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Robert Davidson

It becomes a nuisance when it turns to ice and people fall.

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Michelle
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Michelle

I live in the south (USA) and we do not know what we are doing! We freak and shut down everything. I do love it when it begins to fall and it is one of God's many gifts.

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Leslie Smith
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Leslie Smith

Lived in the Midwest my entire life. Shoveling, scraping, salting, plowing...no thanks. Plus, when it gets slushy, it's impossible to keep my truck clean.

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Allyson Miller
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Allyson Miller

I live in Montana ( we get a lot of snow) in a small town the gym that we used for classes was about two and a half blocks away from the main campus so there was always a risk of cars hitting a kid.

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Allyson Miller
Allyson Miller

because it was sliding or being losked out of the gym or even being tormented by snowballs

Carl Evans
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Carl Evans

Snow is what we put in a cone and pour flavored syrup on.

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