Donny's Ramblings

Dear J.R. and Craig,

16 Comments

I arrived home safely last night. Thanks for having me out. It was great, and I’ll soon be blogging the story for all of my readers. But before I do so I just wanted to point something out to you:

It’s 62 degrees outside. The sun shines brightly. In fact Nelly, my Beagle, is outside basking in it. Yes, I said BASKING in the SUN. There is not a cloud in sight, and I know I won’t have to repeatedly use windshield wiper fluid to see where I’m driving.

So… how are things for you guys?

Oh, I see… 17 degrees (but feels like zero)? Snow all over the ground? Overcast? Sorry about your luck.

Love,

Donny

(tee hee)

16 thoughts on “Dear J.R. and Craig,

  1. You gotta understand, I LOVE that weather, Donny. I grew up in Wisconsin, so I’d rather take the 0s, 10s and 20s than the 80s, 90s and 100s of Memphis, TN any day.

  2. You gotta understand, I LOVE that weather, Donny. I grew up in Wisconsin, so I’d rather take the 0s, 10s and 20s than the 80s, 90s and 100s of Memphis, TN any day.

  3. your ‘tee hee’ absolutely made my day!

  4. your ‘tee hee’ absolutely made my day!

  5. Boy, Donny that’s the love of Jesus just shining through!LOL!

  6. Boy, Donny that’s the love of Jesus just shining through!

    LOL!

  7. Donny,Laura had nursery duty during the 10:30 service at Harvest Christian Center yesterday. We attended the 8:30 service, she stayed at the church, and I walked to my mother’s and visited her for two hours. At noon, I decided not to wait for Laura to pick me up and walked home. After walking a few blocks, I became uncomfortably warm and removed my jacket! When I arrived at home, I quickly changed into shorts and a tank top, opened doors and windows, poured a frosty Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, and cleaned the barbecue. At 5 PM it was still excellent outside, and I tossed a huge London broil on the grill. This is certainly fine weather—particularly for December!- David

  8. Donny,

    Laura had nursery duty during the 10:30 service at Harvest Christian Center yesterday. We attended the 8:30 service, she stayed at the church, and I walked to my mother’s and visited her for two hours. At noon, I decided not to wait for Laura to pick me up and walked home. After walking a few blocks, I became uncomfortably warm and removed my jacket! When I arrived at home, I quickly changed into shorts and a tank top, opened doors and windows, poured a frosty Sierra Nevada Celebration Ale, and cleaned the barbecue. At 5 PM it was still excellent outside, and I tossed a huge London broil on the grill. This is certainly fine weather—particularly for December!

    – David

  9. Ah, David, my friend. Thank you so much for helping me rub this in! πŸ™‚

  10. Ah, David, my friend. Thank you so much for helping me rub this in! πŸ™‚

  11. See, that sounds too hot for me. Ideally, what you mentioned Donny is what my internal thermostat is going to be set for in Heaven. Low to mid 60s, no humidity. But it’s NOT Heaven. You can always put more clothes on if you’re cold…there’s only so much you can legally take off if you’re hot (much less for some of us than others)!

  12. See, that sounds too hot for me. Ideally, what you mentioned Donny is what my internal thermostat is going to be set for in Heaven. Low to mid 60s, no humidity. But it’s NOT Heaven. You can always put more clothes on if you’re cold…there’s only so much you can legally take off if you’re hot (much less for some of us than others)!

  13. hey Donny, it was great having you out in Michigan for the weekend…I look forward to seeing you again.

  14. hey Donny, it was great having you out in Michigan for the weekend…I look forward to seeing you again.

  15. Hey now,That is not very nice to those of us that choose to live in this cold state. This oh so bitter cold and snowy state. Where I just started framing a house. Outside. In the bitter, biting cold and blowing snow. Holy crap, why the hell do I live here anyway? I must be freakin nuts! You got a spare room out there in Cali that my wife and I can live in? πŸ™‚

  16. Hey now,
    That is not very nice to those of us that choose to live in this cold state. This oh so bitter cold and snowy state. Where I just started framing a house. Outside. In the bitter, biting cold and blowing snow. Holy crap, why the hell do I live here anyway? I must be freakin nuts! You got a spare room out there in Cali that my wife and I can live in? πŸ™‚

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