Rainy Days are Here Again.

SONY DSCThe weather in San Francisco is an entity unto itself. Drive ten miles north or south and it is ten degrees warmer. This summer when I flew to Chicago, I thought, “Awesome! I’ll get some color.” The I remembered I lived in California. Weird. 

These past few days here have been what some might call dreary. Summer comes in September in San Francisco so maybe this is summer saying, “So long, farewell, Auf Wiedersehen, Goodnight.” The chill in the air is the type that sneaks beneath collars and nips at heels. I shiver, not because it is so cold, but because of the type of cold. 

Not to be cliché, but a pumpkin spice type of cold.

But I like it. It’s perfect sleeping weather and there is nothing better than waking up and hearing rain…on the weekend. 😉 Oh weekend, where for art thou, weekend?SONY DSCAdieu, Adieu, to You and You and You,





PS Lest my camera skills (or lack there of) or my my photographs of snippits of my apartment have you thinking, I have this whole adulthood thing down, I leave you with this, a much more apt metaphor for the state of things:SONY DSCBtw, succulents are supposedly impossible to kill. Well, I’ve always been an overachiever. I guess?

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6 thoughts on “Rainy Days are Here Again.

  1. Laura

    I love the way you paint pictures with your words! I totally know what you mean when you say a pumpkin spice cold! Love it!

  2. Lis

    Oh dear Nins. How your writing inspires me. You are so talented. (Apparently a poet, too) You know this because I am lucky enough to tell you in person.

    On to California’s weather. We have 4 seasons and we happen to be in my favorite season (fall). Rainy nights that turn into long, sleepy weekend mornings are my favorite, too. Not to mention… Boot season is officially here yet is always unofficially okay year around – in San Francisco. Xo

  3. Lis

    Oh yeah. Who kills succulents?! By overachiever you mean you drowned the poor things. 😉 I would have to!

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