Alhamdulillah.. Lastly, after waiting for more than one year (after about 1.083 years) we have got the chance to see, feel and touch (but not taste) the snow at Marjon. Although it was not as thick as what other places had, it was enough for us to get the feeling of joy playing with the snow.

Our meeting was postponed because of the snow. everyone jumped out of the house to take some pictures. huhuhu

Actually, the snow fell three times in these two weeks. Each of it was just in a short period of time. Less than an hour. However, that was enough to make all of us become the ‘orang darat’ and jump around as though the snow was the gold. huhuhu

snow fight between the two rivals teams.

According to my lecturer, the snow was able to make the whole Plymouth paralysed if it fell just a little bit more than it was. It is because this area is not used to have this kind of situation and they are not prepared for it. And the interesting bit was it would be considered a holiday if the lecturers didn’t come to the college because of this bad weather.

Anyway, the word ‘if’ is not a good word and should not be used in your daily life. It is alright to use it to clarify the possibility that will happen in the future but not to regret about the past. The previous paragraph is one of the bad examples of the ‘if’ usage. Please take note about that. huhuhu

In the other parts of the UK, the worst case scenario had happen. As we are now in Easter, the snow fall is quite unexpected. The local people are looking towards the shiny days throughout the week but it turns to be the other way around.

This is one of my photo editing works using the Jasc Paint Shop Pro 8, which is a licenced software. It has nothing to do with the Snow@Plymouth. I’ve put my face, the flag and the words. It is simple but not that easy, especially for the beginner like me. Quite messy though. Interested to have the same picture? Just give me a shout.. huhuhu..



  1. c su said,

    March 26, 2008 at 9:10 am

    wow bestnye…dpt merasa jugak.

  2. halaa said,

    March 29, 2008 at 4:03 pm

    West Yorkshire used to be a heavy snowy place 20 years ago. I don’t know, maybe different case for Plymouth, huh? 🙂

  3. paihz said,

    April 21, 2008 at 2:00 am

    Plymouth is not really a real UK.. huhuhu..

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