A Christmas Snow
- 1 hr 25 min
Kathleen is a woman who is very bitter towards her father for abandoning her and her mother on Christmas Eve 30 years ago. She also harbors resentment towards her mother and places blame on her for allowing him to leave them. She associates Christmastime with the pain of that abandonment and other things in her life that have gone wrong, and for that reason has not celebrated Christmas at all for the past 30 years. This Christmas Eve, there is a blizzard outside, and she invites in a kind gentleman, Sam, to wait out the storm. She also has her fiancé's daughter, Lucy in the home with her. These two strangers begin to thaw Kathleen's bitterness towards the world, and help her to see the advantages of forming meaningful relationships. Together for the duration of the storm, Kathleen begins to confide in her two guests, and eventually considers the benefits of forgiveness. They help her to ponder letting go of her painful past and embracing the present.