Take for example: I am a really good cook, but hate to cook. I can clean like the best trained maid, but I detest wasting time cleaning. So really, those are the two things I need to work on. (Kabbalah?)
Anyway, my big hate is snow. Let me explain. I love snow, but hate driving in snow. If I could stay home and enjoy the beauty or if I was involved in snow sports like skiing or snowboarding, then I'd be alright. So this year, I've decided to learn the lesson of 'snow' and lucky you!....I'm going to teach at the same time. By the end of this Canadian winter, you and I will have a PhD. in Snow. Game? Here goes.....
You will love snow. You will love snow. You will love snow. (me chanting out loud...and by the way, this all came about because I saw a snowflake this morning and freaked.)
If you look closely at falling snow, you can see a great many different crystal shapes. There's a lot more to see than you might think! The table above shows the more common and/or distinctive types of snowflakes. Click on the table for a more detailed look, then go here for examples of the different types. This will blow your mind!