We all love summer - the vacations, no school, warm weather, beaches and many more, but what about all the things summer brings that we don't look forward to?
1. The kids are out of school. I'm not talking about the little kids, nope, I'm referring to the mass quantities of teenage kids that have just gotten their license and are driving up and down the road with a car load full of their friends. Can you say crazy drivers?
(yes, I was one once upon a time - it doesn't mean I was any better, just look at my multiple fender benders back then.)
2. With the kids out comes the shopping. Forget trying to "run to the mall just to pick up a quick item." Trust me, the parking lot is full, you'll park in BFE only to find the store is probably out of what you are looking for.
(I used to go during the week to avoid weekend crowds, yep I'm old, now I just avoid the malls)
3. Swimsuits cannot be found come May - let alone in June. Something about the warm weather that brings people out in droves, but if you fail to purchase a swimsuit in March (when it's still cold) the odds of finding one in your size (i.e. big for me) will be slim to none.
(Don't let it fool you - finding one in small, such as baby 6mths, will be hard too)
4. Why does it seem (no matter what time of day OR what day) groceries are always out of stock?
(I never knew cheeseburger hamburger helper was that popular)
What do you find happens during summer that quirks you?