In Houston

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December 7, 2011 by WITS Editor

by Brent

In Houston it almost never snows.

You have to be really patient.

I don’t recommend you hold your breath

unless your name is Houdini.

In Houston it almost never snows.

But when it does, the city shuts down.

An inch makes us crazy.

Snow is bigger than the Super Bowl.

But don’t hold your breath.

By Samson, 4th grade

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One thought on “In Houston

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