Depending on your personality, the first snowfall of the year can be a dreadful experience or a sign of a better season.
I think we can all agree that for most of us living in Canada, snowfall has become so routine it has lost its excitement.
But for two Eritrean refugee children living in Toronto, the magic of snow is very much alive.
Rebecca Davies, a volunteer at Ripple Refugee Project based out of Toronto, posted a video of two Eritrean refugee children reacting to their first snowfall earlier today and it has already gained a lot of traction.
This touching video of two kids giggling and playing with the falling snow is exactly what we all need to warm our cold hearts.
Just when you thought it couldn't get any cuter, Davies Tweets out a photo of the two of them snacking on the snow.
Yeah they are! pic.twitter.com/LjcrwTt1PN— Rebecca Davies (@RebsD) November 12, 2018
This refreshing and heartwarming video is exactly what we need to remind us to enjoy the little things and experience life. Even the chilly parts.