Summer and Winter
December 19, 2011
Summer and Winter
Summer and winter are two of the four seasons, which are an amazing time of the year. The summer and winter seasons are enjoyed by many people; even though some prefer one over the other. They both have their own unique qualities for bringing family and friends together. As I compare and contrast these two seasons I will tell you how they are different and similar. I will write about their temperatures, fun activities, and the holidays that people engage in. Summer has long, hot, and sunny days. It stays light out until late in the evening, but the temperature can be so miserably hot. It rains a lot in the summer and makes an ugly muddy mess. Unlike summer winter has short, cold, and dark days. It gets dark out before evening and the temperature can get really cold. It snows a lot in the winter and it makes a beautiful sparkling ground cover. During the summer people take advantage of being outside to whereas in the winter they stay snuggled together inside. Even though these seasons have extreme temperatures they both offer a wide variety of fun activities. In the summer people like to go swimming at the beach, or go for bike rides in the park. People go for walks and look at the flowers full in bloom, and they listen to the birds chirping in the trees. However, in the winter they like to go skiing at the resort, or go sledding down the hills in the country side. They like to snuggle up with a good book, and listen to the crackling fireplace. They like to take walks and see the snow glistening atop the trees. These activities are fun for people of all ages to enjoy as long as they are dressed in the proper attire. Summer is the time to wear thin light weight garments. People typically wear shorts, tank tops, and sandals. They wear bright vibrant colors and bathing suits. Unlike summer, in the winter people wear heavy and thick garments. People typically wear pants, sweat shirts, and boots. They wear bold...
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