San Diego Soliloquies

Sunday, March 30, 2003

A Creepy Loveliness

Today may feature winds from the East, dry, hot winds that we in Southern California call the "Santa Anas". High Pressure inland over the desert regions flow down to low pressure areas over the cool ocean waters. The skies are bright blue and the light has a brutal stage quality, revealing any flaws and imperfections that aren't pasted over quickly by landlords and divas alike.

80 degrees at the ocean, 80 degrees inland, 90 degrees in the desert. March leaves us like a slinky debauched ingenue, whispering conspiratorially in April's ear and enjoying her blushes.


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