Wondering about wild grapes

Sunday, August 28, 2011

Wondering where our visitor went.

First off, let me tell you that it got to 109 officially yesterday in Houston and since I don’t have a recording thermometer, I don’t know if it got any hotter than that here. We are usually a couple of degrees hotter in the summer and a couple of degrees cooler in the winter because we are just a little bit further from the Gulf. They are predicting a cooler day today of only 108. We will see. It was cool this morning, around 72 degrees. That is the coolest temperature I have seen in a long, long time.

OK, now about my visitor. Mr. Onion Head from Pennsylvania stopped in for a visit. He was a real sweet guy, that Mr. Head. He was just so sweet that I hoped he would stick around awhile. He was a real character, even dressed up in “Texas” style cloths to try and impress us. Here is his picture:

He didn’t need to dress up to impress us, because we know way down deep inside he was real sweet.  He didn’t stick around here very long.  I am wondering where the heck he is.  I don’t remember seeing him leaving.  This is quite a mystery; maybe you can help us solve it:

You all have a great day now, you hear?


  1. Don't cry any tears over Mr. Onion Head.

    Dang! It's hot down where you are. We only had a handful of 90 degreed days this summer. No triple digits here this year.

    Just watching the Irene rains come down.

  2. Dang it,, Sixbears beat me to it!!! :-)
    Bet Mr. Onion Head was a real sweet guy to have come to supper huh?

  3. Sixbears, I can't argue with you on it being hot down here, and Mr. Onion Head was so sweet I didn't shed one tear.

    Ben, He sure was invited to supper. I had a huge salid for supper and he was a big part of it.