Snow and the music I've been listening to. But I got distracted and the moment passed.
Interesting change of topic right? I wish I could take credit for that phrase. I was reading a post on "the joy[s] of anarchy," and three quarters of the way through I ran into the phrase. I ran into it and stopped. Not since murum aries attigit1 has a phrase stopped me dead in my tracks. For sure the context is important, but the phrase stands on its own. You don't need the context; it just makes sense.
There is a longer, better, post in here somewhere, but I'm not writing it today.
1. I mentioned the phrase a while ago in an equally pointless post. I found it through popehat who–i don't really remember, but I'm pretty sure–linked to the legal satyricon whose owner wrote the letter. Sure I cite the same sites over and over again, but that's what I read. I have a short attention span and they keep it. By now you are problably trying to decide whether it's worth it to google the phrase. I'll save you the trouble.