Discussion in 'Community' started by Diggy, Jun 23, 2019.
Four choices, although I appreciate some are longer than others.
The 2 weeks of autumn we get thanks to global warming.
Season 2 of Breaking Bad.
The two weeks of autumn I get by living in North Carolina.
Autumn time of course
Autumn in Central Illinois is usually pretty grear.
Fall. Yes I said fall!
You want the thread to fall? I don’t think you understand how these things work.
Summer, even though the humidity is terrible.
Spring is nice too, but being allergic to pollen makes it barely bearable.
Autumn is nice, I wish the trees could stay those colors a little longer.
Winter would be nice if we only had 2-3 months of snow and cold temperatures and then it was over.
The perfect time is roughly between the end of May and the beginning of June, in that little time window in which we start going out without a jacket but we don't feel like we're suffocating for the heat, and people haven't gone crazy with the air conditioning yet.
For a real answer, I like Southern California "winter." The normal kind, not the no-rain, 95-degrees-in-January, oh-God-we're-all-gonna-die-in-a-few-decades kind.
Winter. Specifically in January and February. I want brown grass and leafless trees and a runny nose. This June heatwave of 2019 sucks. Heat index of 110. Ugh. To hot to cut the yard.
not sweating season. so winter.
Summer cuz no school.....
Spring with it's renewal feel.
Oh my God there are still children here?!
Living in the Southeastern U.S., we'relucky to get 2 weeks of autumn I like spring, too, but we blink and it's summer already!