Snow and Ayre
Inside old row houses and above new boutiques, couples are making love, keeping warm, and paying no attention to the time. What else is there to do? This is the Blizzard of 2006.
Today is February 13 one day before Cupid strikes. I don't know what to do about it. I'm thinking, though, the gift of music might be appropriate.
Aside from this weekend's twenty-seven inches, we hadn't really seen much winter. Perhaps this will be the last of it. And then:
And the birdies will be happy.
Late last week, I received an e-mail from Ayre's enthusiastic and compelling Steve Silberman, who, if you were to run into him on a snowy mountain or in a dark listening room, would probably tell you something about how the iPod is going to help save the hi-end. And you'd probably believe it because, after all, he is enthusiastic and compelling. He wrote:
How would you like to live with an Ayre system for a while? I was thinking the AX-7e and the CX-7e. There's a good chance that I will be in the city around the middle of April and I would deliver the kit and help you set it up.
For many reasons, now, I'm looking forward to the middle of April. Perhaps all of the snow will be gone by then. Or, at least, most of it.