Winter has kept most Keepa readers in the deep freeze for weeks, my Facebook friends are slipping and falling, and if I had a toboggan I could probably sail from my front door to the door of the Church History Library in a fraction of the time it takes me to pick my way gingerly over unshoveled walks.
It’s time to put a brave face on again and remember that winter can be fun — FUN, I tell you! — especially when we were children who didn’t have to commute over icy roads, or when we were young and/or romantic.
Here’s a song about that kind of winter, with words and music by prolific Mormon composer Evan Stephens, recorded especially for Keepa by our own Phantom of the Chapel. Enjoy — and be careful out there.
Click here for Phantom’s recording.