In our hometown, in Columbus, Ohio, they're under a winter storm warning. Schools have been closed.
I checked with our sons and they are safely snuggled up with their girlfriends in their apartments with enough supply to wait out the storm, plus they're still working from home, so they don't have to go out to work.
One son checked in with us. The freezing rain had turned to snow. "What's the weather like there?" he asked, probably feeling like the whole world was a winter wonderland.
|A swirl of clouds contrasting the blue sky|
"You probably don't want to know," I said. But I sent him pictures anyway as we wandered along the Mediterranean at Banyuls-sur-Mer, sipping coffee at a beachside table,
then walking to a marina.
Finally we drove over some mountains to Coulliore and had lunch at a table with a view of the gorgeous water.
|Some scaffolding on the church as they do work.|
The sun heated the air into the 60s (16 C) and we felt quite comfortable in the sun.
There’s something to be said for snuggling up in an apartment during a winter storm, but there’s a lot to be said for walking Ali g the Mediterranean in the sun, too.