Tuesday, March 24, 2009

The Pessimist's Guide to the New England Seasons

6 comments:

hh said...

too funny and too true!

eileen said...

Yeah, I'm really annoyed at spring for still being in the 20s every morning. Spring, my eye!

Amanda* said...

Yeah, that seems about right. Hilarious!

mj said...

I wouldn't really consider July and August as too hot. I can only think of a hand full of days that were unpleasant. I remember wearing a sweatshirt on the Fourth of July last year. It also depends on the year, I do remember visiting you Eileen on a Fourth of July several years before I moved up there and I thought I was going to DIE. Mainly because there was no air conditioning anywhere we went.

I am from HOTlanta,so maybe my point of reference has something to do with it.

eileen said...

MJ- yeah, usually the summers aren't so bad but occasionally we can have a couple of weeks of days over 90 and it's brutal- no AC and lots of humidity. But I think HOTlanta has skewed your internal thermometer. Seriously, that 4th of July you speak of was like a week spent inside of a pizza oven.

Anonymous said...

Adam is only happy and not complaining when it is between 55 and 70 and not raining. FYI.