We are definitely heading into summer.
How can I tell?
I've often wondered why flies buzz at a volume that almost drowns out a television on normal volume.
A search of the internet brought one answer -- it is the flapping on their wings and the thicker the wing, the louder the buzz.
When I hear a loud fly I am NOT about to measure its wing thickness. Like yesterday, when one of those annoying creatures was swooping around the room I called Rick to dispatch it.
He did, but later reported for some reason its sad corpse would not be flushed until repeated attempts were made.
It may be a long, noisy summer.
Meanwhile if I could write in fly, I would warn them to go buzz someplace else.