The Postscript: Summer storm
Last updated 8/12/2020 at 9:23am
I was headed out for my daily hike. There was thunder in the distance.
“It’s getting lighter,” my husband, Peter, said. “I don’t think we’re going to get any rain.”
The air smelled like a storm to me, but what do I know? If my dog, Milo, were still alive, I would have asked him. Milo would huddle in the corner of the kitchen when a thunderstorm approached.
“There’s no storm on the radar,” Peter would tell him. Milo didn’t care what the radar said. We called him “Doppler Dog,” because if Milo was in the corner, bad weather was never far behind. But Milo is no l...