As was foretold, winter has come. It’s now December, and if you, like me, live in the northern hemisphere, temperatures are falling and winter’s dread chill has come creeping into your bones. That goes double if you, like me, live in the frozen sub-arctic wilds of Canada. It gets so god damned cold that you begin to feel that warmth is but a distant memory, and you ache for escape to balmier climes.
I can’t help you with actually warming up your body, because I have firm rules about boundaries and personal space, but Mele Kalikimaka by Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters can do a fine job of warming your spirits with an audio-breeze of tropical, old-timey camp.
(Song recommendation by Kevin D. Woodall)