Living in a city that ranks within the bottom quartile for “average sunny days per year”, one of my favorite experiences is breaking through the cloud barrier on a rainy morning only to see the sun shining brightly above the layers. I cannot help but think that if one's hometown gets less than 100 days of sun annually, one's outlook will be somewhat more optimistic if that cloud barrier is broken on a regular basis (ceteris paribus).

(Did you know that Miami, Florida is also in the bottom quartile of the “average sunny days” ranking?)

Esmé and Max.

Big brother, little sister.

If you like Boards of Canada and music similar, you'll like my Pandora station, St. Vodka.