Blue skies are for everyone.
Living in a big city means for most people (and plants) that space is limited, that hours of direct sunlight are counted and that some species are better grown by those who do have a garden or a greenhouse. Before I can start complaining, I remind myself that you can hardly have all the advantages in full (like, for instance, home-grown tomatoes for an entire family dinner and worldclass museums within a walking distance). And then I realize that there are indeed things that are unlimited and that are there for us (and our plants) no matter where we live or how we live and that we should definitely be grateful when they arrive. Among them: clear blue skies – thanks for showing up so often this summer.