So, I’ll be the 65th person to say how gorgeous it is outside today. For the first time since spring, the humidity is practically non-existent and and temperature is hovering in the low-80s.
I feel like the city is breathing a sigh of relief.
I drove down to Poncey-Highland for a haircut this morning, and for the first time in many months didn’t break a sweat walking from my car to the salon. The light is beginning to have that clear, autumn look. I might even wake up early in the morning just to wear a light jacket while walking Walden.
Summer has been long this year, what with multiple days of 95 degree, 500% humidity. Great for pool time, not so much for exercising an energetic dog or sweat-averse Laura. Tonight, however, Walden and I will take a nice stroll around the complex, saying hello to people and things we haven’t seen in awhile.
Until then, I have a giant to-do list of work items and phone calls, and I’m already sleepy. Time to put on the coffee, open a window, buckle down, and wait for fall.
After all, it’s almost time.