Alexis is at a judges' conference in Indianapolis. We spoke on the phone last night.
"Promise me, honey, that you won't go outside tomorrow and talk on the radio for half an hour. You can get frostbite in five minutes."
"I promise you that I won't go outside and talk on the radio for half an hour."
It’s cold as hell out. It’s Tuesday morning in the middle of the night. By Wednesday, we’re looking at a high of -12. The three or four of you could probably use something to read as you stay home from school, work, volunteering, driving around, hanging out at the mall, playing tennis, going to the library, shopping at Strack & Van Til’s. The list is long of the things you cannot do right now.
It is not an
But if I keep this up,
radio will be my
death and ruin.
One of the toughest things a man can do is admit doubt. It follows you around like a bad odor. It can get heavy, hurt your back. You can blame doubt for all of your problems. Doubt is embarrassing.
It can make you angry, forlorn, forgetful and horny.