The chill winds of November have changed the weather in the area from unseasonably warm to very cool, if not downright cold. Hats and gloves have been pulled out as we get accustomed to the new season – Fall has arrived.
What does Fall mean to you? My birthday is on October 22 – I swam in the ocean at Rye, New Hampshire on one birthday, and watched the snow fall on at least one other birthday. November has always been cold as I recall – with generally crappy Thanksgivings in my memory (looks like rain is forecast right now for this year). November and its holidays make way for December, which can be snowy or rather snow-free. I have some travel in December, so I am hoping for little to no snow that month. Let’s hope that if we do get snow, it’s more of a January and February phenomenon.
Lets’s stay toasty this November with some warm songs on today’s podcast, which includes The Rolling Stones, Roy Orbison, Martha & the Vandellas, the Animals, Terry Stafford, Jeff Simmons, They Might Be Giants, the Pretenders, Urge Overkill, Patti Smith, John Lennon, James Brown, Tower of Power, the Silos, and the Mavericks.
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