Today, the weather forecast was wrong.

A little girl waited for almost two hours behind that low, pure white colored, window pane. For the rain that didn’t come, for thunderstorms that she has been anticipated since forever — she even had prepared ultra-puff pillows and thick wool blanket to hide everytime the lightning strikes.


Today, the weather forecast was wrong.

A young man cancelled his flight. Paranoia of flying in bad weather stressed him enough to avoid any possibility of which, in reality, never comes. And by that, he also missed the opportunity to meet the most important person in his life for the last time.


Today, the weather forecast was wrong.

And yesterday’s weather stays forever.