Sue Vincent’s prompt this week is
There are days when all the planets seem to align and the world is a better place. In countries plagued by drought a warm sun is interspersed with refreshing showers to feed stressed crops and replenish waterholes; places suffering cold and bitter winds are blessed with balmy days of sun loosing hunched muscles and allowing layers of clothing to be discarded as the vitamin D supplies are restored; in sweaty jungles the humidity drops as gentle breezes provide relief from enervating toil; and in lands prone to flood the sunshine dries the soil and the homes and restores some hope to despoiled lives.
Thursday the 14th of May would go down in Earth’s history as the day that everywhere became pleasant, even if only for 24 hours. Wars paused and arguments were put on hold; schools took a break and governments simply did…
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