Sky Weight

Nothing but endless grey skies. This is not supposed to be Toronto. November used to be grey skies and the beginning of snow. December brought in a few blue skies and more snow falling. January froze us to the marrow and blinded our eyes with sun and deep blue skies and glistening snow. February continued the bright blue deep freeze. And greyness only returned with March.

Now it’s grey grey grey. More and more each winter. No wonder we elected the same stuck-in-the-dark-ages, get-nothing-revitalized cabal. We’ve lost all hope. We watch chunks of Gardiner drop, shrug our heads back into our coats, and carry on, knowing nothing will change. Toronto is doomed.

I hate you grey sky!

2 Comments so far

  1. Abbas (unregistered) on January 30th, 2007 @ 12:58 pm

    yes, i have noticed the lack thereof of blue skies. it’s not fun. the past six months on average have been rather gloomy.

    and as for the gardiner falling off, that was just bizarre.

  2. talk talk talk (unregistered) on January 30th, 2007 @ 3:59 pm

    Global Warming is wild, but Global Dimming is just depressing. :( If for no other reason than to see our old blue skies again, our governments really got to do something about air pollution, solid, liquid, and gaseous.

    It was! But I believe it’s happened before. Anytime you see nets under a bridge somewhere, you know it’s spat concrete at some point. I’m just amazed no-one has been beaned yet.

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