January 8, 2010

BRR: On Sunday, forecasters are anticipating the ninth consecutive day when high temperatures won’t get above the freezing mark — making the current cold spell the longest since a 10-day stretch in February 1895. If it weren’t for the fireplace, it’d be chilly in my study . . . .

At least there are no frozen iguanas falling from the trees.

UPDATE: Nobody tell Prince Charles.

MORE: You kids are wimps! Why, back in my day it was cold enough to freeze a witch’s toe. . . . Actually, that’s true. I remember the Tennessee river freezing over when I was in high school; that hasn’t happened since.

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