Listen: New Jersey, New Mexico And United States discussed on Speaking of Art
"Is those are special moments. I mean, if you have a sunrise or sunset on a particular day beautiful winter day snow on the ground. You're safe. Maybe you've got a nice hot drink or cocoa or something that cars, you're traveling. You're just looking around and how beautiful and quiet. Everything has a I'll never forget growing up on the New Jersey shore. Where on Christmas day often? There would be some sort of a snow presence every few years there'd be a big blizzard. We never really made that much of it for kids. It was great because we knew it would hold over through the whole weekend. And we'd probably be off school on Monday. So it was a great thing for us. But we didn't worry about the weather. I guess the way I do. Now when you hear that a storms coming like that that New Mexico storm that's crossing the southern United States. I mean now it's almost like natural disasters every day. But as a kid it was it was welcome and about every five seasons. We would get a snowfall that. We would call a blizzard that would be anywhere from a foot two feet of snow and then with the dunes and stuff where we would play on."