Post #305

Every once in a while there is a short time when the air temperature outside is absolutely perfect. If I stand still I can’t feel the air at all; it’s not warm or cold, but absolutely neutral.

I haven’t been able to figure out what that temperature is, but it happened again on Sunday when I was at my parents’ house. I also realized that it’s important that the sun not be shining directly on me, or it will feel too warm. I rushed inside and looked at this neat thermometer they have which tells the outside temperature, and it said 78 degrees. So now I’ll have to conduct some sort of experiment to see if that truly is the perfect temperature.

Am I the only one who has noticed this?

BTW, thanks for the title idea, Jen.

1 comments:

Jen said...

I have noticed that too. When you feel that perfect temperature, all is right and good in the world.

and you're welcome. :)