Right and Wrong

 

 

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“That’s not right,” she chided me. “You’re totally wrong.”

“Well, I may not always be right,” I freely admitted, “but I’m never wrong.”

A look of incredulity came over her face. “What? That makes no sense.”

“But I’m not wrong,” I responded. “Case closed.”

“Are you freakin’ kidding me? If you say you’re never wrong, then by definition, you are always right. So how can you say you’re never wrong while also saying you may not always be right?”

“Exactly,” I responded.

“What kind of response is that to what I just said?” she asked, anger starting to overtake her.

“It’s the right answer.”

“No, it’s not the right answer.”

“Who says what is right and what is wrong?”

“You’re an asshole.”

“That’s right.” I said. “End of discussion.”

June Gloom

 

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Photo credit: retiredandtravelling.com

June gloom really is a thing along the Pacific coast.

It’s not as if the sun doesn’t shine in Northern California throughout the month of June. It does. In fact, the sun shines on many days, even in June. But often you don’t see it until the middle to the late afternoon, if at all on some days.

June mornings at or near the coast in the San Francisco Bay area are typically cool, misty, foggy, and cloudy. But if you head east across the Bay only a few miles inland, you’ll find mostly sunny skies and much warmer temperatures — even in June.

I don’t mind June gloom. In fact, I prefer the cool, crisp air to the high heat and humidity June brings to other parts of the country. It’s also a precursor of sunny days to follow.

And according to the weather app on my iPhone, it will turn sunny by around 1 p.m.


This post was written for today’s One-word prompt: Sunny.