Thankful Thursday (#17)

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Somehow it’s already Thursday–not that I’m complaining–so I’m going to do another ‘Thankful Thursday’ post. I’ve been so busy I haven’t done one of these in a few weeks, though I’ve definitely been thankful for a lot!

Today I’m thankful for…

all of the overcast weather we’ve been having.

June Gloom at Seal Beach, California, June 2013” by Darkest tree – Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 3.0 via Wikimedia Commons.

Sure, many areas of the country are really happy they’re finally out of the snow (and I would be too). But the San Fernando Valley gets incredibly hot over the summer so I’m very happy to delay that as long as possible. Trust me, it’s still warm enough.

Southern California is actually experiencing its first reverse spring since 1921, and now I think we’ve officially entered June gloom. While it may sound dreadful, the overcast skies usually burn off by midday so we still see a bit of sun. And at least it’s not 110º!

As someone who enjoys being able to walk outside, the summer months can be a bit torturous. It’s probably also helping the drought situation that it’s not incredibly hot yet. So June gloom/reverse spring, you are most welcome to stick around for a while. Just don’t go below 60º, please.

Happy Thursday! What are you thankful for this week?

One thought on “Thankful Thursday (#17)

  1. Blenda

    I’m thankful for waking up this morning to 60 degrees and sunshine. And that was waking up at 7AM, not noon. I think Michigan’s weather has finally turned to spring….or at least I hope so!
    I’m thankful anyway though…….
    Life is good.

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