Skip to comments.Ranking the Months (Vanity)
Posted on 09/12/2005 6:10:48 AM PDT by Maximus of Texas
List your two favorite and your two least favorite months and why.
post 20 should have been to you too! : )
April: Spring is here and I can start digging in the yard again, plus all my fall work starts to show.
October: It's cool again, and yes, I can start digging in the yard.
December: Christmas, I love the holiday, but dang, I get so depressed!
July and August: Lets see, we had 107 to 110 degree heat indexes these months. Everything gets scorched, including me. Enough said.
Fav: June, trees and plant are in bloom. The warm season is young and full of promise.
Least fav: April, specifically the 15th, when the full scope of the robbery that is called income tax comes into view.
"June, trees and plant are in bloom. The warm season is young and full of promise."
You must live up north. In Texas by June we're heavy into summer we're getting our last rain for the summer.
Everybody's birthday is in August! Maybe that means everybody's favorite month is really December? (g)
Ok, you're really trying to get on my good side, ainthca? Telling me about all that rain and driving around in that King Ranch F150. I hope your mower throws a rock into the side of your truck and that you get serious allergy attacks!
October - lovely weather, nice foilage, football, Mr sassbox's birthday, and Halloween.
December - first snowfall usually and, of course, Christmas!
March - still cold and wintry, but rarely snows. Instead all you get to look at are bare trees and dead brown grass. I can deal with cold as long as there's some attractive snow. I can't deal with March.
August - too freaking hot and humid, yet nonetheless school starts. No good holidays in this month either.
Favorites: October (birthday, the smell of Autumn, cool weather); May (anniversary, warmer and drier weather).
Least Favorites: February (we usually get ice storms); April (too rainy).
The "no holiday" thing with August is a good point. I think its the only month that doesn't have a holiday. Maybe we need to add one.
What? I can't hear you.
October: sweater weather, chili weather, great coffee weather, leaves are pretty
May: Tank top weather, gardening weather, open the pool weather, my yard looks pretty
Two least favorites:
January: I. . . hate . . .winter. Period.
February: I really, really hate, and I mean hate, winter.
So relocating to Minnesota isn't in your future?
November, December. Deer season.
July, August. Too dang hot.
Hey, come and spend Christmas with us! It's fun around here.
Guilty as charged. Somebody has to vote Republican in Connecticut.
With the exception of teeny cussing out winter while singing Christmas carols. :)
I had a chance to go to Pittsburg about 10 years ago. I was very surprised how pretty the city was. I was expecting smoke stacks, etc but drove out of the tunnell from the airport at night and saw what looked like a ski town. It was beautiful.
The city's signage codes, however, didn't help. I was hoping to grab a hamburger before I went to the hotel so I thought I would just drive up the freeway and pull over when I saw the first fast food sign towering in the sky. Never say one! It made for a beautiful city but also made one hunger and frustrated traveler!
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