Good morning, bad night


I am fully aware of the (albeit reversed) insinuation kaeru on Pixiv was… insinuating. Still, after a full day of heat in Sydney yesterday, and a terribly hot sticky night (I’m not doing anything to help this insinuation), the late morning was positively refreshing by comparison.

It’s amazing how one merely has to spend a day being blown at by nature’s hair dryer to render an otherwise normal summer day with a gentle sea breeze feel so wonderful.

The WordPress ID for this entry is 10707, the ending of which was Boeing’s first commercial jetliner. I’m going to pretend this was done on purpose somehow to coincide with my passing mention of breezes. That made sense in my head.

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