Personally I think that when it snows, a certain magic fills the air. It gives me happiness, makes me feel joy. Even though it's cold, there's a softness to each flake and it covers your world in a beautiful blanket of white that gives winter the sort of magic that the beautiful season deserves... Not to mention, on a less cheesy note, it's great for sculpting things if you know how, and snowball fights and sledding and snowboarding are all really fun things that make it worthwhile.
Not to mention when I'm out in the snow, things seem so quiet and pieceful, like the world is at rest... And technically, it is. All of the plants are dormant 'till Spring, and even though it seems lonely, it's actually not... Instead, it's peaceful and it holds all the beauty in the world.
Snow is one of my favorite weather conditions, right next to rain. :3
I can't help it, I'm an artist, so I can't look past the beauty that Nature lays in front of us~.
No. Snow is an abomination. It was created by God to repel green-skinned people, male strippers, and Zerglings from this earth. In the Bible Moses and the Levites did not have snow, and as is such it is prohibited. As the song goes "raindrops keep falling on my head"; not snow. I actively go against any legislation that will enable the legalization of snow in this nation. I have seen videos of people making and enjoying snowcones on the darker corners of the internet, and to me it is just sickening. You are free to agree or disagree that pepperoni is an overrated pizza topping, but the line is drawn here for me. That being said, if it so happens that the legalization of snow becomes a reality I would advise not pressuring water bottle companies to sell bottled ice. That is their decision to make, and we cannot force them to make bottled ice if they are disposed to not do so. Now if you excuse me, I must go explain to YouTube commenters how to get noticed in the comments. The key is in the magically alluring phrase 'thumbs up so he can see', proxying like a whore to thumb yourself up, and the placement of suspicious links with the promise of free iPads.