Of course, this is the night that Jennifer's professor has the class meet at a pizza place. It's currently 33 degrees and raining, and I think there's going to be a "Wintry Mix" later on in the evening, before I'm supposed to get off work of course.

However, I'm of the opinion that our 60 degree days of late will help us out even still: You see, I think the ground may still be relatively warm and so nothing will stick and the freezing rain won't be so bad after all. Of course, this is just my opinion. I did weather tracking in my Tech Ed class back in 7th or 8th grade, but I'm not thinking that qualifies me to be a weather guy.

By the way, what are the good "weather programs" out there? Like, does Harvard have an excellent meteorological school? Does Boise State? Clarke Atlanta? What kind of requirements do schools have for you to be a weather man?

Anyways, so I'm worried about my gal, but now it's time for my dinner break!

God speed, little doodle!

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