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Today’s Christmas Countdown post is…wait for it…how to create Charlie Brown snow!
Did you watch A Charlie Brown Christmas this year? PBS has been playing it for the past three Sunday nights. I doubt I’ve missed a year since it debuted on December 9, 1965.
This year when I watched it, I thought about all the fabulous snowfall in Charlie Brown’s neighborhood. And I wondered where Charlie Brown lived. John guessed somewhere in the Northeast since his grandmother lived in a condominium. According to Peanuts Fandom, there’s disagreement regarding the location of Charlie Brown’s home. Earliest comic strips eluded to California where Shultz’s office was located. Later, several references (and lots of snow) directed fans to a Charlie Brown neighborhood in Minnesota where Shultz grew up.
Regardless, we won’t be having snow in Fayetteville this Christmas. Our forecasted high for Christmas Day is 72.
I decided to create the illusion of Charlie Brown snow from our dining room windows. Sometimes a girl has to take things into her own hands. Continue Reading