What it's like when the sun is out in Seattle

March 20, 2017

The glorious sun rarely shows itself around these parts of the country, but when it does, you feel the same way you do after you go through a bad breakup and never want to see the person's face again, but when you see them walking down the street you remember everything you loved about them and want to get back together.

It's 45° out and people are outside in swimsuits trying to tan, some guy walks into Starbucks wearing flip flops and cargo shorts with legs that gleam, unleashed into the sun after months of being hidden from sight, you sit down in a conversation and the opener is "HOW ABOUT THAT SUN?!" and everybody tries to get everything done as if it's the only time we'll see the shiny yellow orb before it goes away forever, because it might be.

How do Seattleites react to a little sunlight here and there?

First, you tell EVERYONE.

Then you witness the fallout.

Needs more socks and sandals, but this is pretty spot on.

Then somebody tries to rain on your parade with facts.

But we'll find hapiness wherever we can, right?

And we always know where we can find more.

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