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From winter things develop
Winter in Minnesota from a non native perspective.
“November was here, and it frightened her because she knew what it brought – cold upon the valley like a coming death, glacial wind through the cracks between the cabin logs.” – Eowyn Ivey, The Snow Child
When we left Florida on November 1, 2009 to make the drive north to Minnesota, our station wagon packed so full of belongings that we couldn’t see out the back windows, the grass was lush and green, butterflies flitted at the mouths of hibiscus blooms, and the air conditioner was running in my in-laws’ Sarasota home. When we arrived in St. Paul four days later, the world was brown and grey, and bony branches rattled in the cold breath that chilled the city. We wore hats, coats, and gloves when we stepped out of the car onto our new driveway.
Once we unpacked our moving…
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Is there a word that is more fun to say than grody? I feel it’s onomotopea. You just know that it’s describing a dirty, disgusting thing.
2. “Bag your face”
This is the 80’s version of “shut up” but it’s much more fun. Who wants someone you’re annoyed with to simply stop talking when you can imaging them forcibly suffocating on a bag?
3. “Barf me out”
Another phrase that illicit colorful imagery in our minds. This means that something is disgusting or stupid or uncool. If in the early 2000’s Paris Hilton would have said “that’s not hot” you can bet that a valley girl would have said “barf me out.”
4. “Take a chill pill”
I like this one because we now live in a world where most people have Ativan prescriptions so taking a chill pill is a literal option.
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