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Here's to brighter weather ahead as today, Monday, as I am writing this column, the rains are once again tropical.
Where did it go and why did it go so quickly? I am talking about summer, of course.
Now is the time of year when people's fuses are getting short as they have to continually put up with the hot and humid weather, endless traffic, and ruder people.
I really have appreciated the air conditioners these last weeks, but just when I thought I could not stand one more minute of their noisy humming, the weather changed.
I missed the Portuguese Feast Parade this year for the first time ever.
Summer is supposed to be a relaxing, quiet time, but we know better, don't we? We all work so hard in the spring so everything will look so inviting, with our yards, houses, the stores and especially the parks, but then we're too busy to notice.
July 4th weekend brought good weather, traffic, visitors, and fireworks.
Monday morning the view across the water towards the mainland was magnificent.
Now we must all be alert to excited, fun-loving children riding bikes or playing by the sides of the roads because June 21 was the last day of school.
Our thoughts and prayers this week are with Lisa BenDavid Scannell and her extended family.
Isn't it a challenge to drive here during the summer? Some drivers are so patient and willing to let you break into a traffic line.
What a beautiful Memorial Day Weekend we were given.
And here we are approaching Memorial Day Week-end again.
The rains are going to be our guests for this week, if the weather forecasters are to be believed.
Well the town is "in the pink," and many other colors, as most of the spring-flowering trees and shrubs are at their peak this time of year.
Happy May, everyone.
The sun is starting to warm up the earth so that plants are awakening and starting to shoot up and actually blossom.
Well, like the saying goes after an election, the people have spoken.
A trip to the Oak Bluffs Post Office was always a social event.
I think the person in charge of weather knows the rhyme April showers bring May flowers, because rain is in the air and is forecast for the next week at least.