If you’re out in it you know what it’s like – soft and billowy and a little wet, pleasant to walk in (if you have a coffee or cocoa waiting for you when you get back) but less fun if you have to drive in it.
Greg Fulcher caught this textured moment this morning and we thank him for sending it in!
Immediately went to the Four Tops song on this one!
Four Tops on the cafeteria juke box. Norte Del Rio HS, Sacramento, 1965. “I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch)” was playing…African Americans (today’s terminology) in one corner. Hispanics in another. Whites in another. None of the above in another…or maybe that fourth corner was for dance couples, I don’t know. Wasn’t there myself, but I heard stories about the juke box and the unsurprising self segregation that is HS, and that is Trump’s Great America. But there ain’t no mistakin’ the great Motown sounds of the time. “Reach Out I’ll Be There”.