The weather here is wild. Cold and wet, muggy and moist, don't think about anything having to do with heat, dry weather or blazing sun because the sneaks and snatches you get will have to hold you over for one, two, five days before the next one. So tomatoes and peppers wait in windows, over a foot tall. Watermelon and squash starts are poking up, and tiny gnats flutter up from soil that never dries out.
I meanwhile, impulsively buy vintage sunglasses on Etsy.
And make meringue-topped brownies.