Winter here in Minnesota would be a disappointment without a good blizzard. I know there are many who beg to differ, but today I found joy in the sounds of the wind and snow, and the silence closed roads offered. Anyone who knows my family knows that we are weather lovers. My mom is known as a weather guru by her friends and co-workers and has the uncanny ability to be spot on with her weather forecasts! She knew this blizzard would not disappoint us!
I enjoyed the snowy afternoon by going to our town bar and grill for lunch (they graciously stayed open for those of us wanting to get out), and then trudged back home in the snow to curl up with a cup of coffee and listen to my favorite podcast The Black Tapes produced by Pacific Northwest Stories. If you haven’t jumped on the podcast band wagon, I encourage you to start by listening to this podcast. Especially if you’re a fan of X-Files, thrillers, mysteries, or anything that keeps you on the edge of your seat! I hadn’t listened to any podcasts until November when my oldest brother introduced me to The Black Tapes, I was instantly hooked. I curled up in my bedroom with a cup of coffee, the snow falling outside my big window, and pressed the play button to instantly be soaked into the mysterious ere that comes with this podcast.
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Happy Snow Day!