Changing the Weather

“After that, the sky remained clear for the whole evening, and we had a wonderful dinner party. Later that evening one of the guests who had heard what happened asked me, ‘What is it that you do to change the weather?’ I answered, ‘It’s not what I do; it’s what I AM. I never think of changing the weather; I just appreciate the blue sky, sunshine, and the breeze. That’s all.'” (Kenneth G. Mills, The Candy Maker’s Son: Memoirs, p. 310),

“Island Boy” by Kenneth G. Mills

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