This December morning was exceptionally cold in Atlanta. The air was so thick, you could cut it into thin broad slices. I got definitely spoiled with the mild Georgia climate, as this by any means was no comparison with frosty mornings in Siberia, where a spit lends on the ground frozen. My run to the office was interrupted by an incredible collage that was unfolding on the lawn right in front of my eyes. A passerby cracked a joke about me kneeling down on the icy ground at the time when every warm-blooded creature tries to stay away from cold.
Hope Ray Bradbury will forgive me for the title.
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