Discovery of the day: June-uary?

It's almost mid-June. The high temps for the last week (or two? Seems like forever.) have been in the 50s. The sun has been glimpsed only briefly. It's been alternately rainy, windy, drizzly, and damp.

The good news: I can still make soups and stews and other cool-weather-type foods.

The bad news: My brain thinks it's March and I am slipping back into my winter coma. Which means that cooking takes altogether too much effort. Even chopping romaine and opening a can of beans is pushing it.

Rumor is that we may approach 70 tomorrow, and possibly see the sun. I'll see it when I believe it. sigh....

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