There is one good thing about the outside Winter temperature ranging between minus degrees below zero and in the single digits area. There isn't much of a need to pull dandelion weeds from the ground. Dandelion weeds cover the ground all Summer long from the West Coast of the United States to the East Coast of the United States. In the Winter, only the tropical areas of the United States suffer from Dandelion Weeds. Or rather, that's normally the case. You see, even large portions of the Deep South area of the United States is freezing cold with snow on the ground (and most of those folks already tossed away their Winter coats and snow shovels because they foolishly thought they won't need such things anymore). So the spread of dandelion weeds in the Winter has shrunk even more so than usual. Though the dandelion weeds will return when Summer replaces the Winter. So enjoy the lack of dandelion weeds in the front lawn as you sip hot coco in front of the roaring fire in the fireplace. That's one less thing to worry about.
And as I'm lost in thought as Winter continues to grip the city of Columbus, Ohio, here are some photos of Lindsay Lohan.