Tuesday, June 10, 2008

It's June-uary...

While much of our great country basks in record breaking temperatures, we are having record setting cold weather. Last night and this morning it was snowing in the Cascade mountains with 6" of snow accumulating. It is the second coldest June since 1917. I would just like to see the sun for an hour or two. It is 2:30 p.m. now and is dark enough for the outside lights to come on. What's with this global warming anyhow?

2 comments:

Judie & George said...

June-uary. I love it, and so appropriate. I truly don't even notice the long days because it is so gray that it's dark early, just like winter. The days will get shorter without our even noticing that they were so light and long. We've been robbed!

Emily A. W. said...

I totally agree. Darn this weather. Maybe we can make up for it with a long pleasant fall that has warm temps and sunny skies.