Assuming it's not June - August in North Carolina, there's nothing quite as soothing as feeling the warmth of the sun on your face. It's like a big warm hug from the universe that seems to just make everything better. Cleansing. Reviving.
However, if it is June, July, or August in North Carolina or a neighboring southern state, forget this whole little visual pictorial of sweet sunny bliss I have painted for you and think instead of BLISTERING HELLFIRE.
And know that beyond a shadow of a doubt, you will find me cowering indoors where the air conditioner is churning full blast. Damn the Vitamin D.
"Some days you find yourself in the middle of a cactus patch
feeling partially crystalline, partially amorphous
in molecular structure: Like crazy old weather beaten plastic.
And before you know it, the morning sun offers
a notion of what it feels like to have a porcelain soul
in a ceramic world."