If only it were colder. It’s Christmas eve day, and instead of snow, we’re getting doused with rain. As a Pennsylvanian, I am accustomed to this. Our winter temperatures jump above and below freezing all season. Since warm air holds more moisture than cold, our precipitation commonly arrives when the temperature is above 32 degrees, defeating our chances for the fluffy white crystals.
Here is a peaceful recording of “White Christmas” on YouTube, performed by the Boston Pops, to help you stay in mood despite the rain. Dream we may, but may we also accept whatever comes.
Which do you prefer: rain or snow?