Time to Complain About the Heat

Ah, June. Those days of complaining about how cold it is are well behind us. Mild spring days have wound down. Some afternoon it’s even getting . . . hot.

While the first true day of summer may not be until June 21, school is out this week, I’m going bare-legged in skirts and dresses, we’re getting produce at the farmer’s market, and I say this is summer.

Which means it’s time to start complaining about how hot it is. Except I’m trying to learn a lesson from my dog. She doesn’t complain, she just gets cool. And here’s her favorite way to do it . . .

7 thoughts on “Time to Complain About the Heat

  1. We have see-saw summer in June: 80 degrees one day, followed by hard rain and thunder snows. Layering is fashionable accompanied by a stout umbrella, because sometimes it’s both sunny and rainy in the same day. July and August are our 100 degrees days.

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