I read that about three million people in America suffer from seasonal affective disorder, making them slightly less optimistic and a little bit moody from early fall to spring every year. I think that figure may even be under-reported 'cause it seems almost normal to have a little more "pep in your step" in the summertime.
Rusty Messages: 1059 Registered: May 2018 Location: Kansas City Missouri
Illuminati (2nd Degree)
Except when the dog days of summer drain all your invigoration away. Humidity in the upper 60's and heat index of 112 makes for cabin fever like the dead of winter. You just wear a lot less clothes. Can't wait for the leaves to turn now.