Colour Kid grew up in Sharbot Lake, Ontario, Canada and as a young boy, he could always remember having a white Christmas. He remembers Christmas was a special time of year, very magical. However, as he grew up, not every Christmas was white. Some Christmases were green. He was not very fond of the green ones.
A white Christmas was magical because the snow made everything pure, clean and white. There is nothing like waking up Christmas morning, looking out the window and seeing snowflakes fall from the sky and stick to the ground. A white Christmas just made for a perfect Christmas.
A green Christmas just doesn’t feel as special or magical. A green Christmas feels dull and boring. In Canada, the leaves on some trees fall off in the autumn season. These types of trees are deciduous trees. Once the leaves fall off, deciduous trees are left with nothing but their branches and their trunk. There are evergreen trees, which thankfully, stay green all year long.
Colour Kid does know that there are places in the world where there is no snow at all and in those places, a green Christmas is the norm. However, Colour Kid does prefer a white Christmas.
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