Granted, most of the world has winter.
Paris has April.
New York has spring.
Not Los Angeles.
Los Angeles has JUNE GLOOM.
JUNE GLOOM is not a new reality show about skanky grads who can’t find sexy jobs.
“Low-altitude stratus clouds are formed over the ocean, then transported over the coastal regions by the wind.”
Bottom line: The beaches in Southern California become blanketed in a shroud of fog and drizzle that resembles the Edinburgh Haar. The bright sun and clear blue skies that we are famous for are MIA in a white misty haze – the entire month.
Snow, sleet, and hail are for sissies.
Fog and drizzle are more insidious.
hangs low over your head like an ominous dark cloud that teases you with a ray or two of sunlight every five hours or so, thus generating a glimmer of hope that the sun may actually make an appearance.
It will not.
“It’s not the despair, Laura. I can take the despair. It’s the hope I can’t stand.”
Will the sun come out tomorrow?