Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Wednesday's Sexy Word of the Week

If you can remember when the sun got more face-time than the stars, back when the dark did not mean the cold and you could drink during the daylight hours for several hours upon end then perhaps you remember that once the sky turned black, well, a deep shade of blue, the sun would leave little rays of itself firing through the high atmosphere to illuminate the smallest particles of water vapor clinging to each other so high above our own imaginations. 


n.-- shining at night, usually of very thin high altitude clouds observable in the summer twilight sky