The Magic of Snowflakes
Sisters and Snowflakes
Science was doing such an admirable job for humanity until the guys and gals in lab coats committed an unspeakable act in 1988: The National Center for Atmospheric Research photographed two identical snowflakes. That last certain evidence of real life magic in the world finally fell, debunked. And now I can never again in good conscience pass along to a child that most amazing factoid that amazed me when I
Tight yoga pants hugged your curves nicely.
But more importantly you grabbed your iPod and stuck both earbuds in.
You gave a satisfied sigh, “Time for my jog!” You look outside the window to see the sun rising up over the horizon.
Taking a moment for yourself, the watched the sun steadily grow from a soft glowing orange to a ball of outreaching yellow. It graced itself up into the sky as if it owned it but yet still somehow free. You touched the window longingly.
‘I wonder what it would be like to be that free?’ A brief flash of anger filled your mind. You hadn’t wanted to become an Avenger. In fact you were forced to. Fury was overtly interested in your talent and powers that he wouldn’t take no for an answer.
Your fist clenched and the window you were touching vibrated. You kept making it vibrate until a hairline crack formed in front of your fist. You stopped before shaking your head. “I don’t