It’s been an uncommonly cool spring this year. I’m still wearing my wool socks every day. In years immediately past, we’ve become accustomed to full-blown summer weather by now. This year, however, the humidity is low and the temperatures during the day rarely reach 80 degrees. That’s about to change, the weathermen say, but I can’t complain; the recent weather has been a treat. But you know the best thing? Very few bugs, and almost no mosquitoes or flies, normally the bane of outside life beginning in March. I’m really going to miss not missing those flies.