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It was a snow day and school was closed. Jack Frost walked on a picket fence, pleased with his wintery work he had done to the place and snow still continued to fall from the cloud covered sky. The white, cold particles touched the ground, creating a thick blanket as they layered up.
He heard a door open to the house to which the fence belonged and watched an eight-year-old girl walk off the porch. She had blonde hair plaited into pigtails, wearing a winter coat, knitted green mittens and a matching scarf, and navy blue boots. An elderly, yet spritely woman emerged from the house soon after the girl.
Just as the girl was about to skip to the playground down the street, her grandmother stopped her. Neither of them noticed Jack Frost striding gracefully on the picket fence, his staff over his shoulders. He watched the girl and her grandmother talking.
"Y'don't want Jack Frost