I’ve got snow on the mind.
To anyone who knows me, that should not come as a surprise. In fact, I put my friends and family through this every year. Once December rolls around, I start obsessively talking about how much I hope that it will snow. It always starts out as a cute but, around the 15th, I always start to curse the lack of snow in the forecast. By the time the 24th hits, I’m usually stamping my foot and making demands.
(Of course, I live in Texas so it’s rare that my snow wish is ever fulfilled. If it does snow here, it’ll probably be in late January or maybe Febuary. A few years ago, it did actually snow in Texas on Christmas Day but, even so, it was really more of a light dusting than a real blizzard.)
This year …. well, it’s not even supposed to get down to freeing on Christmas Day. That’s a shame because we are supposed to get hit by some rainstorms. So, we’ll get flooded but we wont get any ice or snow. Oh well. As long as the sun isn’t shining, I guess I’ll be happy.
Anyway, you may be wondering what all of this has to do with today’s music video of the day and the answer is not much. The song is called Snow but it’s not actually about snow. Instead, it uses snow as a metaphor for an intense relationship. The video itself doesn’t feature a blizzard, either. Still, I’ve got snow on the mind and this song and video may be as close as I’m going to get before this year ends.
Don’t get me wrong. Even if it’s not about real snow, I still like the video and the song because Adi Ulmansky is one of my favorite artists. (Again, I have to thank my BFF Evelyn for introducing me to her music.) This video was directed Shir Rosenthal, who is also credited with directing the video for Adi’s Dreamin‘.
(And keep your hopes up for snow in Texas!)