Tuesday, March 2, 2010

I thought water was wet! (A PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT)

Water is inherently wet. It is perhaps as close as you can get to the definition. Wet is the opposite of dry. Now, If snow is made from water, why do we keep waking up in these snowy wonderlands parched to the extent that it is difficult to open our mouths. It must be all the artificial heat we keep pumping into our van and the hotel rooms. Seriously though, we've never felt drier in our lives. Dawes Says "Stay hydrated in these colder climates! It's dangerous not to".

5 comments:

  1. Next time you guys swing through Arkansas we'd love to have you in Fayetteville. Great college town and it would put you close to Kansas City, Tulsa and Springfield, Mo. Much Love!

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  2. You guys are awesome!! I love your music and have been listening to your CD non-stop since I heard you on the radio last week in Dallas. I really hope you guys make it back out here soon.

    Tomorrow when you head to McAllen, you have to try Delia's Tamales. :) 4800 South 23rd Street

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  4. It must be all the artificial heat we keep pumping into our van and the hotel rooms.

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