The title attracted me to the story. Who ever thought a snowflake would have its own memoir?
I found this short story to be very poetic and graceful, like snowflakes themselves. A very creative idea, too. As I was reading it I couldn't help but think how nice it would be for reading to children either at Easter or parts of it at Christmas. I think it lends itself to being read aloud very well.
It is a simple tale of a snowflake's birth and journey to the ground, and the way it gets information from the other snowflakes is so endearing. I don't think I'll ever look at a snowflake in the same way again.
It is well written, brief, and unique like all snowflakes are. The author describes its fall to the earth in a very realistic way. I really loved it. I consider it a 5-star story.