At least in New England, January has the most unpredictable weather patterns of the year. In theory, it’s the deepest of the deep winter months. This is when the icy grip of Jack Frost has his fingers around our collective heart … except … when he doesn’t. Because there’s this thing we call “The January Thaw” when it gets springtime warm, often just after we get a foot or more of snow.
I started SERENDIPITY in February 2012, so my first January was 2013.
Sometimes, January is a month of blizzards. Others, it’s dry. Sunny. Maybe cold, maybe not.
Last January, we were in Arizona … which has got to be the nicest weather they get all year, or at least it feels that way to we who come from more northern climes.
And although the month is just halfway done …