Is it Even Summer Yet?

The days are going by so fast that I think I lost track somewhere. Here I thought it was already officially Summer – only to realize that it doesn’t actually begin until Sunday! It’s hot out. The sun is shining. Schools are out. People are going to the beach. How is it not summer?

I guess I’ve been so busy lately, what with Gnomedex coming up and all! Things are coming along nicely for the conference, and we’re going to have an amazing time. If you haven’t purchased your ticket yet – what are you waiting for? Don’t be the one sitting at home watching us on the live stream and kicking yourself for not showing up.

Even though I’m crazy busy these days, I still make time to check out what everyone is up to. It’s one of the most important parts of my day – and I hope it’s an important part of yours.

3 thoughts on “Is it Even Summer Yet?”

  1. I must say, the system that America uses for its seasons really confuses me. In Australia – where, because it’s in the Southern hemisphere, it’s Winter – the seasons change at the beginning of the month. So right now, in Australia, it is already Winter.
    In America, as far as I’m aware, the new season begins on the solstice – or equinox – which is near the end of the month, when the season’s attributes (temperature, humidity, weather) have already become very apparent, and hence, you often find people saying the same thing as what you say here – that is must be Summer (or whichever season it is) by now, because it’s already so hot (or cold, etc.).
    Sorry about that… It’s much longer than I intended. I tend to ramble a lot…

  2. Gee, it hasn’t felt like summer here in Maine yet.

    We’ve had cold, rainy weather most every day, it seems.

    I haven’t even gotten around to installing my air conditioner yet.

    Half the time I have the windows closed at night because it is so cold outside.

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