Usually I leave home to go to work early in the morning, so I am always prepared for the icy breath of Boston's mornings. By the time I get home around 9 pm, it's already too late or to windy to enjoy the weather outside.
This week was different! We started out the week with a huge event in our city: the Boston Marathon - an opportunity to welcome tons of people to our town and an invitation to all Bostonians to go outside. The sun was shining up in the sky, the runners were sweating, and a huge audience was cheering for their friends, relatives, or just for fun.
As I walked through the streets, I could confirm the effects of Vitamin D in people's behavior: young folks cooking BBQ in their yards, BU and MIT students having fun together and listening to music in front of their Frats, and a lot of people just lying at BU beach and enjoying the rays of sun.