An argument with myself
There is nary a cloud in the sky. Well, maybe a few. Not enough to need an umbrella. Still maybe an umbrella is needed.
Naw, be brave.
What if it rains?
You know it’s not going to rain. No rain in the forecast.
That’s true but I don’t know.
Even if it does, you’ll get a little wet. Water never hurt anybody. Now did it?
What about the wicked witch of the west?
Yeah, well she deserved it. You’re not her. You’re not going to melt. So forget the umbrella and get on with your walk.
I’m getting my umbrella.
What, and look like a fool.
Those are big clouds.
And they are not rain clouds. Admit that. They’re nice clouds. The kind of clouds you want on a summer’s day.
Still. I should carry my umbrella.
People will laugh at you.
If it rains, I’ll be the one laughing.
Okay. Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
Then again maybe you’re right.
I walk a half mile and it starts raining.
See. I told you that you should carry an umbrella.