So I lied. It is not sunny in Seattle. In fact, when I wrote that last post, the sun had already sort of gotten hidden behind some fog and it has been foggy ever since. I keep expecting Sherlock Holmes to pull up in a hackney cab.
But the thing is, in my head fog is pretty much the same as sun.
Here’s why fog is like sun:
1. Often it burns off and the day turns into a sunny day.
2. Even if it doesn’t, I know the sun is really close, just on the other side of the fog.
3. It is Interesting Weather, as opposed to week after week of strato-cumulus drizzle.
4. Fog is not rain. This, I know, is a logical fallacy, but I’m comfortable with that.