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How Do You Spend Your Snow-Day?

Bay Weekly wants to know
     Snow. You know it’s coming.
      Sometime this winter — if not this month, the next or the next all the way up until March — we’ll hear the message that schools are closed due to inclement weather. Students rejoice. Parents sigh. 
      How do you spend your snow-day?
     Will you watch classic movies when you aren’t shoveling the walkway? Challenge the neighbors to a snowball fight? Check on elderly family and friends?
Bay Weekly wants to know how you spend your snow day.
     “I make doughnut holes as a special snow-day snack,” Bay Weekly staffer Susan Nolan writes.
     “The recipe is simple. I make pizza dough, cut it into bite-size pieces and deep-fry them. I roll them in powdered sugar while they are still hot and my family eats them warm with hot chocolate or coffee. If neighbors are home, I send my children to deliver a batch.” 
      Send your snow-day traditions to editor@bayweekly.com for readers to enjoy some snowy day.