So far this winter has been unusually strange. We went from temperatures so abnormally warm my grass began to grow in late December, to a freezing spell and snowstorm with record-setting accumulations. Then back to warm weather a couple of days after the snowstorm. It’s only January and I’m officially over this winter’s weather.
Given the level of suckitude (yes, it’s a word) of this winter, I’ve decided there is only one song that appropriately classifies it. I present to my many loyal readers Frank Zappa and the “Mothers of Invention” band’s classic song “Don’t Eat the Yellow Snow.”
This is the full music suite, because you really need to hear the entire piece to appreciate the pure insane level of genius that went into it. So grab a coffee from Alfonso’s Diner, mark the spots of yellow snow in your backyard, and enjoy! Soon enough, this winter will pass.
Snow Day : Because why go to work when you can stay home, snuggle under a comforter with warm beverage of choice?
This and That, Windy Day Edition : Catching up on family news during a stay inside windy day.
A Song For The Times : Some songs were just meant to be played during extreme times. This song is one of them.