Sunday, November 17, 2013
We Are Having Ourselves A Mid November Tropical Heatwave In North Texas
I did not drive to any of my regular haunts for one of my regular excursions today. Instead I prowled my neighborhood, eventually making it to Albertsons where I found this week's DFW.com Ink Edition.
Post-lunch I was starting to over heat in my abode.
I refuse to indulge in a mid-November re-igniting of the air-conditioner to abate the overheating.
Instead I opened all my windows and went for a rare Sunday afternoon bout in the pool, followed by poolside lounging, documented in the above photo.
I had not noticed what knobby knees I have til I saw them photo documented. They look like bulbous tumors.
Last week Miss Sampson documented her beachside lounging in Maui with a picture similar to the above photo, only Miss Sampson was wearing an itsy bitsy bikini and she made it look like she was lifting a palm tree with her left foot.
There are no palm trees anywhere in my vicinity, so I was not able to replicate Miss Sampson's photo with a Texas version.
When I was a youngster, decades ago, and I would go on a roadtrip, I would buy these things called postcards on which I would write something and then mail the postcards to lucky recipients.
I think it is both interesting and a little bizarre, that nowadays, one can easily keep any number of people instantly posted, via words, photos and video, of what you are doing on a trip, pretty much in realtime.
Currently Miss Sampson and entourage have returned to the mainland, so that insta-trip documentation has ended.
But an even more interestingly high-tech trip documentation continues with daily updates from the ongoing voyage of a boat called Daybreak. This particular Daybreak boat trip started in San Diego and is currently docked in Cabo San Lucas. The updates are via the Google Blogger method, with the link to that particular blog found on the list of blogs on the right column of this very blog you are currently reading.
I have inquired, via Facebook, as to how the Daybreak Adventures blogger is doing the blogging whilst floating in the Pacific off the coast of Mexico, but have yet to have my query answered. I suspect Facebook is being ignored while floating in the Pacific. I know I would.
I rather enjoy going on these virtual trips.
Speaking of Facebook. And who isn't? This morning I got an invite, via Facebook, to a reunion of my high school class, to take place the day after Christmas in a place called The Train Wreck in my old hometown of Burlington.
I strongly suspect I will not be at this particular Train Wreck at that particular time.
And now, back to the weather.
D/FW Record Temperature Update from WFAA-TV via Twitter.....