Saturday, October 12, 2013

Blue Sky

Puppy Tao has been upgraded, so this post has moved. It will eventually be unavailable at this location.

We like to complain about the weather in New England. I do think folks everywhere complain about their weather; it's practically the only thing that distinguishes us from chimps and dolphins at this point—though I do wonder if one dolphin ever turns to another as they're swimming along and says, "This North Pacific Drift is making me sweat like a Harbor Porpoise."

Like hypothetical dolphins, we often complain that a sweaty summer falls straight into a series of depressingly cold, wet days of raking leaves, followed by the unremitting shoveling of slurried driveways. However, New England does—in between humid season, wet leaf season, and back-breaking slush season—offer cool, clear days when the foliage is out in full force and the sky is bluer than blue.

1 comment:

  1. I don't think bluer than blue is possible. That's like being more watery than water