We've had so much rain this summer that it's just hard to believe it's even summer. It's nearly August and we have yet to hit 100 here in Dallas as far as I can tell. And it's raining tonight. We had rain in May, a LOT of rain in June, and now it's raining again.
Last summer, of course, the sky barely spit on the ground at all. It was so dry...and so hot. So, last year the crops got killed by drought. This year, they're getting ruined by rain. Corn doesn't do really well in this weather, although I'm guessing that the cotton harvest is probably going to be killer this year. Steph was down in San Antonio earlier this week and said that the cotton was really doing well down in that area.
I sound like a farmer.
It's weird how seasonal stuff can really affect the way you feel. I don't think I really suffer from Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), but I do find that I generally feel better when the sun is shining. I don't really think that's a disorder; I just view that as normal. Just seems proper that a person would feel better when it's sunny out. I could never live in Seattle.
Anyway, they (they being these guys) think we're in for another week or two of scattered/isolated (not sure what the difference is there) thunderstorms down here in sunny DFW.