Greetings from the tropical Windy City, where lush breezes blow.
It is 32-degrees today and snowing.
Yes. Snowing. Not much, but still... It's March 24, and the baseball season starts in 10 days. You're really not looking for any snow. "Not much": doesn't figure into the equation.
As you might imagine, the Elves taking care of the homestead are laughing their heads off. Sure, it's easy to laugh when you're warm and snug.
It's 72-degrees in Los Angeles at the moment. But you can't ice skate or ski there. And if you get an ice cream cone and go out for a walk, it will melt. And the air is crisp here and invigorating. So, all in all, it's fine.
Robert J. Elisberg is a political commentator, screenwriter, novelist, tech writer and also some other things that I just tend to keep forgetting.
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