Snow Days

Sundaes with Sue

Do you remember the blizzard of 1967? In January of 1967 in a two-day span, Chicago and the suburbs were hit with 23 inches of snow! I was just a small child, (LOL) I really was, I remember the snow came up to the top of our shed! We could walk over our fence because there was so much snow! Of course we had a snow day!

Back in the day, to see if you were going to have a Snow Day, you had to get up early and watch WGN to see if your school was listed. Snow Days meant staying home, playing in the snow and drinking homemade hot chocolate with marshmallows! Snow days also meant you had an extra day to play with your Mom and Dad!

How will you spend your next Snow Day? Will you stay in your pj’s all day and watch movies? Maybe you will finally try that new recipe you’ve been too busy to try! Watching each unique snowflake fall from the sky and rolling them all into a snowman is a wonderful option too!

You know what’s also fun to do on a Snow Day?Come into Suzy’s Swirl!It’s always warm at Suzy’s!Let Suzy’s Swirl be a part of your next Snow Day!Snow + Suzy’s = Awesome

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