Tick season is upon us. The best advice is to wear a hat, light-colored clothing with a tight weave, long sleeves, closed-toed shoes, long pants, socks, and make sure to tuck everything in. Also,
All This Snow In Nyack
Anyway, while listening to yet another weather report the other day, I heard the word "inclement" (stormy, rainy, windy, squally, foul, rough, bad, severe.) That got me to thinking - is there such as word as "clement" and why doesn't anyone use it? Looking it up, the word "clement" does exist - it means mild, balmy, pleasant, temperate, gentle, and soft. And I suppose it is easier to use those words than the more awkward "clement," which, truth be told, most people wouldn't have a clue what it means (including myself until I did a little research.)
So, that about sums up the depth of my curiosity between episodes shoveling snow and sprinkling salt over the past week or so. I hope that this warming trend continues and that our streets become their typical width again soon!
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