I confess, it’s cold. Some of New York is in the 70’s, but here we are in the 40’s with a knife-like wind blowing across the pool. I couldn’t find my swim shirt this morning, so the wind spent it’s time cutting into anything I showed above the water. It feels like snow to me.
I remember it snowing once when I was a kid in Chula Vista. I joined the Army only to end up in the small snows of tidelands of Virginia. I thought the shallow stuff real snow and pridefully wore 3 inch heels and short skirts to work every day. I learned to appreciate life when I thoughtlessly drove down New Hampshire’s Franconia Notch on black ice at normal driving speed. Now I know what black ice is.
I know what real snow over my head looks like...and feels like. I visited Seedy’s in Alaska before the snow melted.
It’s cold today. Wonderful stuff. It may rain too. Delightful. I’m off to run errands in whatever weather nature offers today.