It is a prime corollary of economic theory that as the supply of a resource diminishes, the value of that resource increases. Hence my savoring of each moment of the day because today was probably the last day of “real” summer. I walked the seawall bright and early in the morning and then went to the beach.
Tomorrow we are predicted to begin a week of rain. It welcome. I passed two dead Sequoia trees on the boulevard of 16th Avenue today. There are dead trees and shrubs everywhere due to the four months of sunshine.
There is still fabulous weather ahead, I know. We almost always have a spectacular “Indian Summer.” Besides, I have all the clothes I need to keep up my walking regardless of the weather.