#1. This variant of Old Man Winter is responsible for wintery weather, chilling the fingers and toes in such weather, coloring the foliage in autumn, and leaving fern-like patterns on cold windows in winter. While the advancement of double-glazing may have foiled the window work, this mythical folk hero still holds a special place in pop culture.
Jacob has always loved telling stories, went to school to tell stories, and has now found his way here… to tell stories. This Middle Tennessee State University alum (Go Raiders) has found a home crafting stories for clients in various industries. He began here as an intern and has returned due to his love of the collaborative atmosphere and the diversity of writing opportunities.
If Jacob isn’t writing, he could be listening to a podcast about aliens, jamming out to some music, hanging with his best friend (and girlfriend) Shelley, playing with his pets Monty the Lab and Tit-and-Tat the Cats, or watching the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday.