I like seventy-five degrees
along with a gentle breeze.
And when it climbs to eighty,
I love a place that’s shady.
Do I ask too much of weather?
Skip it, let’s get together!
Ray Gerring is a long-time resident of Seattle and Shoreline, Washington—retired college instructor-administrator, former professional graphic designer and art director, fine-art painter, ballroom dance teacher, swing dance champion, world traveler, published author, happily married to June, his wife and sweetheart.
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