Maria thought it should snow in the south—in her home town, just for one day.
After all, hadn’t Mrs. Claus superseded the Heat Miser’s restrictions and gone straight to Mother Nature to get the override for a white Christmas down south?
Maria thought Miami needed a good blanketing in something pure—a good dousing of snow before the ice disappeared from earth all together. Climate scientists were now speculating that there would be an ice-free earth sometime before 2050.
A matriarchal pact was cobbled out with Mother Nature—the Miser brothers were an afterthought.
If you need something done—and done right—get a woman for the job.
And it was done.
“Oh, Cassandra, for Heaven’s sake let us devise a method by which men may bear children! It is our only chance.”
— Virginia Woolf / “A Society”