Cold fronts do slow a good hurricane down, don't they? I once wondered at the Spanish Treasure fleets, first have to avoid pirates, then the bad weather, and the worms eating through the hull, so many people and no air conditioning nor refrigeration.
This is September weather today, gray skies, dripping gray rain upon our day. It has been so bright and Sunny that I have forgotten how to hide paperwork from the rain as I dash from the Caravan to the pharmacy. I will get more skillful, it won't depart soon. It isn't all bad, just gloomy, the best part was taking the sprinkler back to storage. We cut our grass too short for pretending we are caring for our yards, the Sun burns it brown. If we had left it at two and a half to three inches it would have remained green. Yet all the grass that isn't watered all goes to dry brown, dusty brown in August just not the normal rain fall needed. Now it will go back to a rich green before the tree leaves change colors for Fall.
Only two and a half months since we departed Hawaii for the Mainland, and we watched in awe the fast moving young boy, our grandson. He is in a terrible hurry, to do, to learn, to play with the whole world. Have at it, kid.