It's really winter this time.
We had a drastic thaw not long ago, and although I'm not a huge fan of the cold, I found myself missing the snow. Part of that was because I prefer full-on winter over transition weather, but I also don't like how messy my yard gets when it's wet with no snow.
A section of the canal is even opening this weekend! (Not this section, just so we're clear)
Although I've nurtured a lifelong hatred of winter sports, I do plan on buying skates, and I also hope to learn cross-country skiing. We'll see if either of those things happen this winter.
This is a print I bought for Shawna, gave to her, and then bought one for myself because I liked it so much. Now we're art buddies.
I kinda want a spoof version that says "Do WHO you love," but that's just me.
In completely unrelated news, it feels so good not to be gigging right now. I've got something booked for April, but unless I get an irresistible offer, I'm going to stay away from shows for the winter. There's plenty on my plate without gigging - I've got an entire recording program to learn, not to mention a whole lot of songs wanting to be written. Oh, and an album to record.
What was I thinking?
Anyway, it's probably a good way to spend the winter. Maybe I'll spend every winter recording an album. I hibernate when it gets cold, so it might actually be the perfect winter activity.
Huh. I love brainstorming on the blog. Look what I come up with! WINTER RECORDING MANIA.