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Mary Dougherty

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My husband is hands down the best I know at playing in the snow. I really have never seen anything like it, and while I had long heard stories of sledding out of second or third story windows in 60+” storms growing up in the Adirondacks, it’s taken me a while to truly understand how much he loves this season. With family visiting, and a niece and nephew to play with, we got a taste of the childhood he enjoyed as he whipped up snow fort with two different rooms… then secretly made a snow cave with secret entrance through a tree and adjoining snow tunnel. How to decorate the fort? fill a spray bottle with colored water and have at it. Also, string up some Christmas lights so it’s fun to play in at night. While all of the playing might have been just as much fun for him as it was for Julia, there’s really nothing wrong with that. Seriously, I love this guy.

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