Anybody Want to Wakeboard?

When you think about it, there are so many things that are awesome about the South: friendly people, barbecue, parties at hunting camps, Bojangles…the list could go on forever. Personally, this time of year, I’m always really grateful to live in the South because of the mild winters. I couldn’t stand to live up north because then you’d have to deal with snow and ice and lousy road conditions and heavy coats and…wait a second…oh yeah, that’s right! It’s colder than a witches titty outside and there’s five inches of snow on the ground! What the f__k is going on right now? This is the beach for God’s sake, we’re not supposed to have to deal with this! Jason just tried to order a pizza and apparently Domino’s isn’t even open. That’s when you know things are bad; shit has to really hit the fan for Domino’s to close shop.

That photo is the view from my pier back home at White Lake. I’m sure there’s some clever pun in there about White Lake and snow, but I’m not even going there. My Aunt Tee reported today that the lake was frozen and the roads were nearly impassable unless you have four wheel drive (luckily 95% of the White Lake population has four wheel drive). I guess it’s pretty and all, but I seriously can’t wait for Spring to get here.

In other news, I just got back from a TA Board Meeting at Nick’s house and big things are coming. Huge things. Things that will blow your mind. Just wait…

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“Black Metal Monday ” Playlist

  1. Wolves in the Throne Room – “Two Hunters”
  2. Agalloch – “Marrow of the Spirit”
  3. Deafheaven – “2010 Demo”
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