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Rambling Session (12/11/2023)

Rambling Session (12/11/2023)

This morning I went with a Santa’s Here Again from Julian Sued Tabac. It was originally released around Christmas 2021, so I was very excited to be able to get my hands on these suckers recently. It turned out to be a fitting smoke as our area saw its first snowfall this year. We didn’t get snow at our house, but there was a dusting when I got to work and some of the surrounding area got, apparently, a couple inches or so.

I do enjoy snow quite a bit. I think it's beautiful, I like seeing the animals out in it, and our dogs love to play in it. I am also very excited this year for some snow as my little girl is going to LOVE it. I’ll probably love playing in it as much as she will to be honest! We have a few good sledding spots on the property that I am anxious for her to try. 

My drawbacks with snow are: I don’t particularly care for it when I’m driving of course, but then the mess… The weeks of mud that follow Pennsylvania snow days are just terrible - especially when you have two dogs that like to run around on the property and one of the popular running paths gets terribly muddy with even the slightest rain. At any rate, we really haven’t gotten much snow the past several years it seems anyhow.

Are you a snow lover or hater?

As for the Santa’s Here Again - it was pretty good I thought. Definitely some spice, earth, and wood, with a little bit of citrus sweetness throughout. I didn’t smoke any of these upon initial release, so I can’t compare it to that. I would smoke more of these, especially at the price point, but they wouldn’t be the first Julian Sued smokes I’d grab.


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I have always lived places where it snowed (except for once when I lived on a Pacific island for a few years) and as such I am a snow hater. I dislike the uncertainty of whether people are working or staying home mostly, because I have had a job that involved commuting to work and then commuting all over for the actual job part to people’s homes. I can’t tell you how many times people on my team got stuck in bad places because of the snow or ice. Now that I am onto the next part of my life, and not at that job for the first time in a long while I am anxious to see whether I enjoy the snow like I did as a kid or if I am too far gone from years of annoyance!


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