Differences between winter and summer seasons
What does winter and summer have in common? They are both seasons, and they both happen when the earth is tilted toward the sun. Even though winter and summer are both seasons, they are also different. During the winter season the weather is extremely cold, gray, and dreary. The winter season has short days. The temperature outside tends to drop drastically. Often times the temperature may drop below a certain degree which may cause pipes to freeze. The trees loose there leaves. When the wind blows the trees are bare. Everyone dresses nice and warm. On an actual cold day people may dress in sweaters, jeans, and/or sweat pants, boots, and a coat. Wearing heavy clothes may keep people warm. Many people do not like to venture outdoors, due to the brutal cold days. Activates that some people may enjoy are ice skating, skiing, snow sledding. On the other hand summer is awfully hot. The sun is bright and the sky is clear. In the summer people dress cool. People may wear shorts, tank tops, sun dresses, and sandals. People wear light clothes in the summer to help keep them cool and to avoid being hot. In the summer the trees are blowing and the leaves are nice and colorful. The days are nice and longer. Activities that people enjoy in the summer are swimming, roller skating, water skiing, and fishing.
Foods that people enjoy cooking in the summer are bar-b-que hot dogs, polish sausage, hamburgers, grilled chicken, ribs etc. In the summer people enjoy a tall glass of fresh ice cold lemonade and/or ice tea. In the summer little children dart around the hot outdoors with the remains of popsicles that they have eaten stuck to their faces. Christmas is a holiday that is celebrated in the winter. This is a time that families get together and share their memories. Many families cook a big dinner to fill up their bellies with hot delicious food. Families also gather around the Christmas tree to watch...
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