I stole that picture from our local ABC affiliate's website, but that's the sight many Georgians woke up to this morning. I'm about a county or two shy of having snow on the ground - it's mostly in the mountains - but it's hard to believe some parts of the state look like that on December first! Here it just a bitterly cold 39 degrees. We always miss the good stuff. When I got up this morning, a reporter was standing out on top of my grandparents' old mountain which is a great place to be when ti snows. Cozy and warm without much chance of getting anywhere anytime soon. As a matter of fact, right now I can think of very few places I'd rather be.
Maybe on my way to the Sarah Palin rally. As I mentioned last week, Sarah Palin is in Georgia today, campaigning for Saxby Chambliss. She's supposed to hit the Atlanta area at 4:00 PM and I was supposed to go with the GC but he couldn't get out of work today, which I didn't find out until very late last night. I was disappointed to say the least but as with everything else that's gone on lately, I'll live. I know my friend Roxy and her husband are going so hopefully she'll have some good pictures or something. Apparently, as usual, she's drawing huge crowds! Hopefully, it will be the reminder Chambliss voters need to get out to the polls tomorrow.
Oh well, I'm going to go look for more jobs to apply to...I suddenly have a bad feeling about how excited I got last week. I haven't received so much as a phone call today.
Here's your Christmas music for the day: You all know I'm a huge Dolly Parton fan even before I would allow myself to listen to country music at all, I loved Dolly. I think most people know this song, Dolly fan or not, from "The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" soundtrack or just in general. It reminds me of my childhood which is always a good thing around Christmastime. I also think it's becoming my theme song for the end of year! So, I present to you, "Hard Candy Christmas" by Dolly Parton.