Well, it has been an unforgettable January 2014, and a January we’d really like to forget. We were in and out of the Deep Freeze and it has been snowing like there was no tomorrow. We were colder than Anchorage, Alaska on more than one occasion. We broke a couple of records, among them the fact that January 2014 is in the books as the snowiest month on record in Detroit in over a century. We received a whopping 39.1 inches of snow; the former total was 38.4 inches in February 1908. I was just perusing the various local meteorologists’ week-at-a-glance predictions, and each forecast looks ominous, so perhaps February is going to try to best January as to snow accumulation. Why hold the Winter Olympics in Sochi – we could have had ‘em here for goodness sake. If the groundhog says there is six weeks more of Winter to endure, someone might try and shoot that varmint. This is weather for polar bears! In the meantime, best slog out to the store to get bread and milk and some good reading material, then hunker down for some R&R and well-deserved “me” time.