Now, snow is a unusual occurence in South Carolina, so if you ever see some rare South Carolina snow employ the following tips:
* Stare in wonder at the snow. Especially if you, like S, don't recall ever seeing it!
*Play with toys left in the yard. These toys will have a slight dusting of snow. Try to push that snow into a small "snow nugget". Marvel at the melting "snow nugget".
*Stick out your tongue in hopes of a huge flake landing right on your tongue. (Technique is important here. If you really want a flake to land on your tongue you are going to have to bend your head back.)
*Try catching some in your hot little hands. Well, at least pose for a picture trying to catch a few flakes.
*Zipped coats are optional. Any true "snow gear" really not neccesary. Afterall, by the time you find even the mittens the snow will be gone!
*Return from the now wet and rainy backyard to put on warm pajamas and sip hot cocoa.
*And, of course, extra whipped cream is always a good thing.