Woman Clearing Snow Has Near-Miss of Getting Covered in It

Each season brings its own fun as well as challenges. Winter, while often a beautiful time of year, can be dangerous. Mainly due to the snow and ice, people can sustain serious injuries. One person narrowly missed being hurt by some of that wintry weather.

A video on social media shows that a woman just missed possibly incurring injury while cleaning snow off a house.

The begins innocently enough with the woman inside a house, opening the front door and then stepping outside. In her hand, the woman has a tool. 

It appears to be a shovel of some sort.

Anyway, wherever this woman lives has just received a good amount of snowfall. We can see several inches of snow has piled up on the deck in front of the door. But she is not concerned at all with the snow on the deck.

Instead, her focus and efforts are all directed toward the show that oddly hangs off the house. The woman, hoping to rid the roof of the overhanging snow, begins swiping and hitting at the snow with the shovel-like tool.

She hits at the snow on the roof of the house and does so the first time to moderate success. We see some snow fall to the ground. Not satisfied, she does it again. The result is like the first time. Not a whole lot of snow falls. 

The third time's the charm, right? Well, she does it again and even less snow falls than the two previous times. Then she does it a couple more times and she’s making progress, but not much. 

However, things quickly change. She takes one strike too many at the snow and it all falls to the ground in one big clump!

The woman narrowly misses becoming covered in snow! Quick reflexes and swift reaction time are definitely blessings! 

Job 8:21 “The time will come when your mouth will be full of laughing, and cries of joy will come from your lips.”

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