Yes. Weather is the top reason my wife and I are planning a move soon. Too hot. Too humid. I want my son to experience fall and winter. I know exactly how you feel. (as I've said probably 10 times on this forum )
Hey, DeadTed, I'm poking my head in where I don't belong (definitely don't live in a hot climate here in Ohio), but I know exactly where you're talking about--I went to college there. It's a great little town. I miss it a lot, especially this time of year. I definitely spent a number of fall evenings strolling through town and looking at the changing leaves, so you'll get your wish for fall if you move there! Let me know if you have any questions about the area or the school!Frankie... where in KY are you from. My wife and I are going up there in January and most likely moving up there next year (Wilmore area)
Hey Melanie,I wonder how other people deal with this.
I have been living here (moved from the east coast) since 2005. We sort of have fall, but the leaves don't really all change until December....
It also is very, very, very hot until probably at least mid-October, at which time it drops "down" to the high 70s.... It doesn't feel like fall and my decorations look so out of place.... Nobody else followed my lead and if anything, I think my neighbors just hated me for not "loving" how things really are here and trying to change everything....I am sad, sad, sad that I don't have that fall "feeling"...I feel like, Why bother?....Does anyone else feel this way? I have always loved this holiday AND time of year so much and I don't want to lose it. I am very, very sad right now.
Yeah! What the wolfman said!C'mon, guys, don't cop out because of climate. Picture living in Samoa, coconut palms, mangoes, papayas, white sandy beaches. Do Hallowe'en decorations and props look out-of-place? Not on your life!