It is too hot for June. Frankly, it's too hot for July, August or any other month. Then again, I am a lover of winter. I actually like sleet and snow and gusts of cold wind.
I get more done in the winter. Cold invigorates. Heat saps.
I appreciate the variations of a gray sky more than the endless bleached blue that puts in an appearance every summer.
If I must watch sports on television, I prefer watching football or NCAA basketball (with my husband) or figure skating (with my daughters) to yawning my way through a game of baseball or golf.
I've reached the age where a swimsuit is not my friend.
I hate getting into a sun-heated car and sincerely thank the genius engineer who came up with air-conditioned seats. As my mother would say, "Best invention since sliced bread."
I don't like yard work, bugs (with the exception of fireflys), dragging around a hose, high humidity or ironing linen clothing.
Just so you know I'm not a complete curmudgeon - I do like cicadas' songs, summer dresses, sandals, ice cream, fresh peaches and having my husband grill dinner because it's too hot to turn on the oven. I like late twilight, the freshness of the air in the morning, the sound of children playing in a pool and unexpected cool breezes. Most of all, I like entering an air-conditioned house.
And now, before my brain melts like a popsicle in the sun, it's time to increase the word count.