Nature has given us a break from the longest stretch of rainy weather I can remember in a long time, at least a temporary break. The weather this week has been cool for August (by Georgia standards) - high 70s to low 80s, but most mercifully of all, relatively dry.
I took advantage of the pleasant conditions today to make my monthly visit to the construction site in Athens. I don't have anything particularly profound to say about it (or even slightly profound, for that matter), other than it's nice to be outside on a day like today, and it's nice to have work.
More nice days and more work would be good, but then who's to say what's good or what's bad, or what days are "nice" and what days aren't. All days just simply are, and whether we consider them "good" or "bad," or "nice" or "not" simply depends upon us. We make of it what we want.