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Answer these as best you can:
1.) Now that it is officially summer, what season is your favorite and why?
2.) What does summer look like in your house? Sound like?
4.) Do you have fourth of July plans? (If not in the U.S. what are you doing this weekend?)
5.) Does it get super hot where you are in the summer and how do you deal with it?
1. Though I like summer (even the heat I don’t mind) I prefer Fall. I like when the weather makes a notable shift, the trees begin to show it, and there’s something nice about that turn of the year; it’s not the middle but it hasn’t quite reached the turmoil of all the end of year holidays.
2. There is a permanent fixture in our kitchen: the beach/pool bag. It contains the sunscreen, goggles, and other various sun items. So too does our deck look alive with birds who sing loudly and eat all the summer bugs North Florida has to offer.
3. We used to go to our family home in Western New York only in the Fall, when the leaves were quite turned and the wind was cool. One year, we went in early summer instead. This meant we could swim in the pond, lay our feet in the creek that ran beside the house, and grill outside. I remember that year too, we had this crazy swarm of ladybugs and they attacked the upstairs bedroom window. Thousands of little black and red bugs clung to the window screen, every now and then one or two slipping through tiny fissures in the netting.
4. As of now, we have no 4th plans. It’s supposed to be pretty rainy the next two days. If it clears up, we’ll probably go down the road to Costco because I hear-tell that you can see the Fireworks from Tom Brown park just as well. This way, you can avoid having to actually go into the park and brave the crowds, which are normally insane. (below is what we did last year; this one had a strobe effect.)
5. It has been known to be very hot here, yes. We’re still in Florida but as I have mentioned before, we are in this weird pocket up here where it gets both super hot and super cold. The year I had Elliot, we had heat indexes of 110!
August was the hottest month of the year in Tallahassee. In fact August 2007 was the hottest August observed since records began and the third hottest month of all time behind July 1932 and June 1998. Only four days had cooler-than-normal temperatures during the month. This record was established despite the fact that the mercury never officially hit 100 degrees at the airport. The hottest temperature for the month was 99 degrees on the 9th, 10th, 14th, 15th and 22nd. Daily record high temperatures were established on the 9th, 10th, 11th and 14th. Records for highest daily minimum temperature were tied or broken on the 7th, 11th, 15th, 20th and 23rd. Records for highest daily mean temperature were set on the 6th, 7th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 14th, 22nd and 24th.