Wednesday, March 10, 2004

Summer Breeze 

There's a lovely warm breeze this evening, with occasional dry gusts, like a parched desert wind off the Martian plains; the latest modulation in the transitional weather this past week here in southern California. It was still cool last week, but by Sunday it was balmy, then positively toasty on Monday and again on Tuesday. Today there was a coolish tinge to the midday air, but it failed to dispel the sundown warmth. The sweater vests are put away; the summer shorts are pulled out for fitting.

More rearrangement on the homepage today; the site is more and more becoming a blog itself, with chronological updates and categorized archive pages. It's the way of the web.
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