Comments on 'Waiting for Snow'

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Ingrid G.
New! Entered: 2016-05-16
It's easy for Dreamberry to be a good parent with such an obedient, quiet cub trying so hard to be mature. But that snow!! I can just see her playing in it under the moons...
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2014-04-15
Seeing Snowfall as a little cub is such a delightful contrast to the Elder we all know and love. She's definitely recognizable but she's also very much a child. The interaction between her and her mother was heart-warming.
Megan McCarthy
New! Entered: 2012-11-28
This was such a cute, sweet snapshot of Snowfall's early life. You did a really good job here translating Snowfall's adult personality into her cub-self. Dreamberry seems to be a very patient and loving mother.
Razzle C.
New! Entered: 2012-04-24
Oh, so cute -- but you knew that. ;) Gotta totally love the mother-daughter interaction, and I totally agree; you did a very good cub Snowfall here! I could just imagine her poor little face all red from tge cold hanging her face out the door! Heeeeheee, SO cute.
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2012-03-30
I love how, in this story, it comes across how much of her adult self could be seen in Snowfall as a child... but how she does also seem very much like a child here (not a generic child, but Snowfall-as-a-child). And getting a glimpse of her parents is always welcome!
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2012-03-07
Oh my godness, Angie.... I fear you gave me diabetics with this one. I am dead serious. This was beyond my tolerances of cuteness and sweet stuff.

So precious!

I really like seeing Snowfall here in her younger days and how you balance it so believable that she's such a serious cub but in the end still that. A cub. When she started to spill her plans for the snow I was melting away. SO cute!!

And I agree Dreamberry is great here. So soft and warm and loving. Wonderful. I really really love this little tale.
Emberra Owen
New! Entered: 2012-03-03
This is really sweet. Its a nice little snippet of life at the holt, and a even better look at what Snowfall was like when she was a very young cub. I really enjoyed seeing her and her mother interact, a really sweet little scene overall. :)
Whitney Ware
New! Entered: 2012-02-01
This is such a lovely moment you've captured between Dreamberry and a little Snowfall! I can almost hear that whispery hush of falling snow here. Lovely work!
Peggy B.
New! Entered: 2012-01-23
Aaaawwww, how heart warming!! Snowflake is such a curtie... I guess every parent would be happy to have such a good mannered, obedient child. I really enjoyed the atmosphere in this story. It reminded me a lot of my own childhood plays in the snow. Wonderful!
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2012-01-23
Thanks for showing us Snowfall, as a cub, with her mother! I realy like how her mother interacts so patiently and lovingly, and how she really knows and seems to understand her daughter.
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2012-01-22
I already told you that I love this story to pieces, Angie, but let me say it again. It's absolutely wonderful! I know that with an "old soul" like Snowfall, it's hard not to write them as a miniature adult but you did a great job showing that despite her seriousness and quietness, Snowdrop is still a cub. And I absolutely adore Dreamberry here, too, she appears to be such a warm and fun mother (but then, I'm a big fan of Snowfall's parents ;)). Thank you so much for writing this!
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