Call me crazy but I think it's exciting when the DOW drops really low. It's similar to the feeling of an impending storm. There is electricity in the air. People start to wonder. How bad will it be? What's going to happen? Will it change life as I know it?

I find all these questions to be exhilarating, even if the answers might be negative.

Some of it also has to do with my love of breaking records. For example, I despise winter, but if we have a super cold day that breaks the record low for that day, well then it's worth it.

Negative forty degrees?!! SWEET!!! Bring it on!! Skin freezes instantly at what temperature again?

Lowest level since the great depression?? WOW! How low can it go?!? Do we get to sing old timey songs and whittle wood because we can't afford to do anything else? I gots a big ole log in the back yard that could use some wittlin'. Bonus, we can use the shavin's to heat the house shack van down by the river.

Of course this is coming from ... Click here to read the rest of this blog on www.JenniferSuarez.com

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