Where were you? I didn’t see you in December, or January or February. In fact you never showed up. And boy that was not very nice after I sent you that beautiful invitation. And today it’s the first day of spring and you didn’t even send a note of apology. You messed up the party…
Shovels and sleds were deep discounted in February.
Kids had no snow days. It didn’t matter if they wore their pajamas inside out or outside in! You really shouldn’t have disappointed children like that; you could stunt their growth.
There was no run on toilet paper and bread and these items remained readily available all through the season. Think what that did to the economy!
My coat gathered dust in the closet and my cool new snow boots are still shiny and new. Shorts and flip-flops appeared (on feet and bodies not just in stores) in January! And next season the cold weather gear may be out of style and I’ll have to buy others! Your messing up my savings plans.
I got a deer tick on a hike…in December!!! Really now, I’ve never had one before and it seems to me you are stepping on Summer’s toes!
Mosquitoes, gnats, and flies appeared a tad bit sooner than usual. You are showing partiality towards the insect word and that is just not fair!
I’m sneezing, wheezing and hacking while my car turns pollen yellow (yes, I’ve named a color) in minutes. And Robbie, the robin is all messed up and is already starting his “poop on my car” cycle early this year!
A lot of people like this early, early, summer but as for me, I’m still mad. I’m mad at you for not attending my party. I don’t know if I will even send you an invitation next year. I may just invite Fall. He always comes.