Brothers Campfire Musings of a Double Dog Dare.

Hello Friends!

Recently, I took the Ice Bucket Challenge on a dare using 11 buckets of ice water.

Me Preparing!

For those of you concerned, I am well and in good health! At the end of my video, I was hoping to say something funny, but all I was thinking about was getting warm again! It is funny how something thing like ice change our thought processes.

I would like to thank the Great Lydia Potter for the dare. She did hers with much class and dignity! You can view hers at this link. Lydia’s Ice Bucket Challenge.

I would also thank my Beloved for swiftly dumping the buckets and not prolonging things!

She also prepared an Epic Breakfast with lots of heat! Thank you Beloved!

Warms a frozen heart! …. Or belly!

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a husband, father, correctional professional and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire.

41 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Musings of a Double Dog Dare.

  1. Anya Abraham says:

    I remember the ALS ice bucket challenge from 2014. Those were some crazy times
    I hope you warmed yourself up quickly!

  2. Lisa Mae says:

    I must admit, I laughed. (Not sorry)… Love the whole family dynamic. You seem to be outnumbered.

    1. Benjamin says:

      Perhaps I am a little outnumbered! I am ok with this! How are you getting by, friend?

  3. herbthiel says:

    You have certainly earned the right to drink froo-froo creamer in your coffee if you so desire.

    1. Benjamin says:

      Ha ha! It was cold! I wanted to say something smart, but I was too focused on getting warm! Thanks for watching!!!

          1. Benjamin says:

            Ha ha! Thanks! i am thinking about doing a singing challenge. Are you up for it?

          2. Benjamin says:

            Oh yeah, If I get it pulled together, I am tagging you!!!!! (All in fun)

          3. Benjamin says:

            That will be exactly what I am looking for! Perhaps you could earn a “Galvin the Bard” Badge!

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