Jenna and I got off the bus the other day. It was raining – not a pouring rain, but the sky had definitely produced more than just a drizzle. We needed our umbrellas (which we just happened to have). The weird thing was that I also needed sunglasses.
It seemed to be raining north of 3300, but once we turned the corner and continued on our way to the south side, we no longer needed our umbrellas. We were in the house perhaps only ten minutes or so when we could hear a heavy hail beating all around us. I looked out the window to see the sun shining still. Weird.
Yesterday was beautiful – though we started the morning wearing light jackets. Janna and I took the train to Midvale and walked to the post office and made a stamp purchase and walked over to the library. On our return I mentioned to Jenna that Ellen and Nate lived close to where we were. She crossed the street to look at their street name while I tried getting a hold of one of them on the phone. I didn’t think they’d be home.
As it turns out, they went hiking with the family and too enjoyed the awesome weather. The air was crisp but not cold. I had packed my umbrella just in case.
Jenna loves standing on the train and bus as they are moving. She also likes to flirt with the regular bus drivers. When we came home (with train transfer to the bus) Jenna noticed the afternoon bus driver was/is the same who drives us near our house.
Last night the sky appeared to be giving us fog.