The weather has been, for the most part, pretty nice lately, but early next week we can look for a taste of the winter weather that has been plaguing the rest of the country.
Not nearly as bad as the weather in New England, but we will have our own bit of ice to deal with.
Tony Chachere's is not only the official seasoning of Louisiana, it's also a great de-icer!
The other day, I had to go into one of the major office buildings downtown and there, on the sidewalk were great chunks of rock salt. Of course it did the trick, but one of our folks at K945, by the name of Justin Massoud, put up a story about a great way to de-ice sidewalks and we loved it so much we jus
When I was a kid, I played the trumpet. On a cold day, the mouthpiece would just be freezing and it was hard to play anything. I wasn't very good to begin with, but the cold made it worse.
Well, here's a band called Ice Music and they have no such problem. All their instruments are made of ice.
Do you remember playing the game where everyone stands in a circle and one person whispers something to the person beside them and then each person tells the next what they heard? By the time it got back to the person who started it ... it rarely resembled what they actually whispered to start with. That happens a lot with weather.
We were warned about a winter storm dumping up to a couple of inches of snow in Lake Charles, Westlake, Moss Bluff, Sulphur and across Southwest Louisiana. Everyone got excited. Kids were out of school. Shopper's cleared the shelves at local grocery stores. Everybody got the day off. We waited and waited .... and waited. I don't know about you but I did not see one single snow flake. Leon was not